Resources & Opportunities
Find resources and services available in your area by calling this 24/7, state-wide, resource hotline. Be connected to resources like emergency assistance, disaster recovery, financial coaching, housing, and more! Simply dial 2-1-1, check out the Online Resource Database, or you can download the app in the App store by searching “SC 211.”
Find out if you qualify for benefits at one of the many Benefit Bank locations across the state. Such benefits include Medicaid, SNAP (food stamps), Welvista, and veteran services. You can find a list of Benefit Bank locations at SCThrive.org/Assistance
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
Get your taxes prepared for free if your household makes $64,000 or less annually. You can file for free online at MyFreeTaxes.com or call 864-582-2975 to make an appointment with a trained tax preparer.
Financial Literacy & Coaching
Meet with a Financial Stability Navigator to help meet your financial goals. Navigators can connect you to resources and help you learn how to budget and save money. Call 864-582-7556 to make an appointment to meet with a Navigator.
Imagination Library delivers a a free, age-appropriate book every month to the homes of children, ages birth to five. To sign a child up to receive books, visit: uwpiedmont.org/ImaginationLibrary
United Way of the Piedmont offers a variety of volunteer and engagement opportunities, making it easy and meaningful to give back to your community. Find ways to volunteer at: uwpiedmont.org/volunteer
Training & Leadership Development
Boardsmanship Training: Learn the 10 Basic Responsibilities of a Board Member. Typically held quarterly. Learn more by Clicking Here.
Nonprofit Fellows: Learn about community issues and the critical role of nonprofits while gaining the skills to become an effective volunteer leader. Learn more by Clicking Here.