Here’s a summary of updates for our Winter 2020 version.

We hope to distribute this edition by the first week of February 2020.

ClothingDiscovery Center - Rejuvenate ChurchNew. 3101 N Main St, Suite S02 – 864-401-8060
Monday - Friday, 10:00a - 2:00p
If you need a mealFreedom Center ChurchNew. 3235 D L Dr – 864-296-9721
Sunday breakfast before service, Weds: 5:30p
If you need a mealOrrville Baptist ChurchNew. (Meal provided by Concord Baptist Church)
2620 S Main St – 864-224-6980
Tuesday 4:30-6:00p
Emergency SheltersAll agenciesUpdated. Added complete addresses for correspondence (requested by Anderson County Detention Center Chaplain)
Emergency SheltersFreedom Fellowship of AndersonNew. Men's transition program as a ministry of Freedom Church
Food PantriesOperation CareNew. 3 Middleton Blvd, Williamston
Mon - Fri: 9:00a-11:00a
Food PantriesOrrville Baptist ChurchNew. 2620 S Main St – 864-224-6980
Mon & Fri: 9-11a
Food PantriesRoyal Baptist ChurchNew. 407 E Hampton St – 864-964-9006
2nd and 4th Saturdays 11:00a - 1:00p
For YouthCamp SertomaUpdated info to show more details. SC Residents, ages 7-13, Underprivileged and/or Speech/Hearing Impaired
Foster CareCare2Foster.orgNew. This is one of the primary agencies for Foster Care.
Legal AssistanceSecond Chance Justice CollaborativeOnline Only. At Root & Rebound, we work to transfer power and information from the policy and legal communities to the people most impacted by our criminal justice system, so that the law serves, rather than harms, low-income communities and communities of color in the U.S.
Medical AssistanceFoothills Community Health CareNew. New to Westside Community Center. 1100 W Franklin St – 864-886-2493
Medical AssistanceThe Blood ConnectionUpdated location and hours: Anderson Mall next to Dillards, 3131 N Main St, Anderson, SC 29621, 864-232-8442 or 800-392-6551, Weekdays 2:00-7:00 pm, Weekends 12:00-5:00 pm
Need HelpSC211Edited the text to include the toll free number. Cell phones often can't connect via 2-1-1, they need to use 866-892-9211.
Personal Care/Warmth ItemsSt Joseph'sRemoved
Personal Care/Warmth ItemsThe Homeless Period ProjectOnline Only. The Homeless Period Project was founded in 2015 with a singularly focused mission to provide menstrual hygiene products to homeless living in shelters and on the street.