(August 23, 2017) On September 19, from 7:30 am-9:00 am, Greer Relief and Resources Agency will host a breakfast and discussion at the BMW Zentrum. The educational breakfast is designed to raise awareness of hunger and homelessness prevention. Attendees will learn about Greer Relief and how Greer area neighbors can get involved in the prevention of hunger and homelessness. There is no pressure or obligation.
Over 200 individuals are expected to gather learn about opportunities with Greer Relief and what the organization offers to the community. “We want to make sure our community of neighbors know who we help, and how we help them.” said Caroline Robertson, Executive Director of Greer Relief. “We are looking forward to showing how we empower our neighbors toward stability.”
The breakfast has no cost to attend. Attendees will be invited to support the organization by volunteering, donating, or getting involved with future events. Greer Relief board members, volunteers, supporters, and donors will speak on behalf of Greer Relief.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP by texting your name, number of people attending, and email address to (864) 416-1238, or contact Bill Roughton at email@example.com. More information can be found at www.greerrelief.org.
For 80 years, Greer Relief has been providing safety net services for those in need in the Greater Greer area. The organization was founded in 1936 and is the oldest 501(c)3 non-profit in Greer. Greer Relief assists working poor and fixed income residences in the Greater Greer area by providing services to prevent hunger and homelessness. Greer Relief is supported by the local community including support from the United Way. For more information visit www.greerrelief.org, call (864) 848-5355, or come by J. Verne Smith Center, 202 Victoria Street Greer.