Greenville County, South Carolina
Help for Homeless and Hungry People

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Greenville County Soup Kitchens & Shelters

  • Greenville Rescue Mission

    Operated by Miracle Hill Ministries, Greenville Rescue Mission houses families in apartments. It also provides shelter for more than 130 men and is able to accommodate more during extreme cold weather conditions (below 40 degrees).

    517 West Washington Street, Greenville

  • Greer Soup Kitchen

    Also called Daily Bread Ministries, this soup kitchen provides one hot meal a day to whoever comes.

    521 East Poinsett Street, Greer

  • Project Host Soup Kitchen
    This soup kitchen serves lunch daily.

    525 South Academy Street, Greenville

  • United Ministries
    Also called Place of Hope, this group provides basic necessities plus assistance with long-term housing and employment.

    606 Pendleton Street, Greenville

Greenville County Food Banks & Pantries

Greenville County Affordable Housing Resources

More Greenville County Homelessness Resources

  • Miracle Hill Ministries

    Always open. With locations in four Upstate counties – Greenville, Spartanburg, Pickens and Cherokee – Miracle Hill operates four adult shelters, three children/youth shelters, and eight thrift stores. It also offers addiction recovery programs, licenses foster care families in the Upstate, and runs a family support program to provide family strengthening.

    575 West Washington Street, Greenville

  • New Horizon Family Health Services – health care for the homeless program
    Greer – 111-A Berry Avenue – 864-801-2035, Ext. 1212

  • Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network
    GAIHN – Networking churches to help homeless families

  • Generous Garden Project - growing fresh produce for local food banks, shelters, and ministries

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