Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Salvation Army created the Project SHARE program in 1985 to serve those in need in Georgia; today it is our primary resource for emergency family assistance throughout the state. Qualified families who have experienced a sudden financial crisis – disasters that threaten the stability of the home – are able to get relief, often preventing utility cut-off or eviction. SHARE is one of the most successful privately funded utility assistance programs in the United States, providing more than $2 million in aid to more than 40,000 Georgians each year.

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