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GREER RELIEF


Butterfly mural creator hopes it's an inspiration to those in need
FEB 8, 2018

Greer Middle College Charter High School aspires to "build the future" by educating its students to be innovating thinkers and serve their community. In addition to the school requiring students to achieve over 250 community service hours by the time they graduate, seniors complete an intense, year-long project or internship to show they have become self-guided learners, effective communicators, complex thinkers and flexible workers. The senior project or internship is the primary focus for the graduating class, as it takes the place of all of their final exam grades.

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Greer Relief's Caroline Robertson featured in Clemson World Magazine
MAY 4, 2016

Caroline Robertson is the Executive Director of Greer Relief.
 

Caroline Robertson is one of the most recognizable and friendly faces around Greer.  Those of us that have the opportunity to witness a small portion of how she affects the Greer community, count ourselves truly blessed.

Caroline is the Executive Director at Greer Relief, and serves those in need throughout our close knit town with a passion that challenges others to graciously give of their time and resources.

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Greer Christmas Parade open for entries
NOV 9, 2015

The Greer Christmas Parade is taking entries. No late fee until after Wednesday Nov. 25.
 
 

Registration for the Greer Christmas Parade, scheduled Dec. 6 at 2:30 p.m., is open.

Greer Relief, the beneficiary and organizer of the parade, is accepting entries received or postmarked by Wednesday, Nov. 25 to avoid a late fee.

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Greer Relief's 75th anniversary celebrates community, volunteers
MAY 24, 2012

Chuck Reynolds, president elect for the board of directors, and Caroline Robertson, Executive Director of Greer Relief and Resources, shared the proclamations with the guests from Gov. Nikki Haley and the Greer City Council.

Caroline Robertson, Executive Director of Greer Relief, told today’s gathering at the J. Verne Smith Center, “When you come to work you never know what you will get. Some days 20 people will walk through the door. Other days 350 people will come in.”

Robertson and her staff entertained civic and business leaders and volunteers to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Greer Relief and Resources.  These same citizens continue to serve an agency dependent on the communities’ financial and material support.

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