Published Feb. 22, 2013
Bank of America recently donated $10,000 to The Salvation Army shelter and feeding programs.
The shelter and feeding programs address the temporary housing and food needs of the homeless and other struggling men, women, children and families in Greenville County.
Last year, The Salvation Army of Greenville was able to serve 121,350 meals, provide food bags to 8,970 individuals and provide 27,475 nights of shelter to the hungry and homeless.
“The critical support Bank of America has provided will help The Salvation Army restock our food pantry and meet our Greenville County neighbors’ most basic needs of food and shelter,” Major Kent Davis, Area Commander for The Salvation Army, said in a news release.