COVID-19 How You Can Help Others Who Are Impacted

ACTS Resale Stores at 409 Hayne Avenue in Aiken and 50 Canal Street in Graniteville are now open to the public Monday through Friday.  As of Monday, June 8th, hours will be 10 am to 5 pm.

The ACTS drop-off area is open to accept donations from 9 am to 4 pm.

In response to COVID-19, ACTS fulfills immediate client needs while minimizing risk to our volunteers, clients and staff.  We will continue to provide food, medical and utility assistance to clients, but with the safety of all in mind.  Clients seeking clothing will be delayed or seen on a case-by-case basis.  Our monthly Senior Food Distribution Program will continue to operate the third Saturday of each month in Aiken, Jackson and Wagener, but with modified procedures for the safety of our volunteers and the seniors who participate.

Please contact Client Services at (803) 642-5919 during the hours of 11 am to 3 pm to make an appointment. All services are provided “curbside”.

Our team will continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 and plans will be updated as needed.  Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

 

Poverty has ripple effects.


In our community, the effects of poverty are seen in broken families, lack of education, few work opportunities, health issues, crime, addiction, abuse…the list goes on.

Because all people are created with value, poverty keeps people from their potential. We believe when someone is kept from their potential, we all lose.

Join our diverse group of volunteers, donors, and staff to help move people from need to their potential, by fighting poverty and strengthening families...one person at a time.

Because each person we serve matters to God!