Photos: Local nonprofit completes facility improvement campaign

SLATER-MARIETTA, S.C. — Northern Greenville County nonprofit Foothills Family Resources recently completed a facility improvement and renovation project, the culmination of a donation campaign that began in December of last year.

First opened in 1986, the nonprofit serves residents in Travelers Rest, Cleveland, and Slater-Marietta. Historically, the agency is devoted to helping area residents in times of crisis, providing food, rent/utility assistance, mental health counseling, Medicaid assistance, holiday assistance, and more. In 2013, the agency added additional services to help those in need move from "crisis to self-sufficiency," providing services like financial coaching, professional skills and job training, and resume development.

The campaign to improve the building and offices hub, located on Main Street in Slater is the first in nearly two decades and included a complete interior overhaul/upfit as well as exterior facade improvements and technology upgrades. (Click to enlarge/navigate images below.)


Learn more about Foothills Family Resources on their website here or find them on Facebook here.

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