Love your neighbor Rebuilds

For twenty years the primary vehicles for completing our mission in Spartanburg County were the twice-a-year community work days known as ReBuild days. As we move forward in another decade of service we are working to have a steady stream of ReBuild days throughout the year with local volunteer groups. 

Contact us to get a team together! 

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Alternative Breaks

Over the years Christmas In Action has hosted many student groups from colleges around the nation to participate in Alternative Breaks in Spartanburg County. We are listed as a Community Organization for Breakaway, a national organization focused on active citizenship. If you would like to participate email Kelsey at kleahy@ciaspartanburg.org. 

Priority Program 

Christmas In Action's Priority Repair Program works with low income, elderly and/or disabled homeowners inside the Spartanburg city limits. Using licensed contractors, we work to rehabilitate the homes of qualified applicants. 

Due to the high volume of applicants on the waiting list, we are not currently taking applications from homeowners.

If you are a licensed contractor in the State of South Carolina and would like to apply to be pre-approved to work with our priority program, please check the requirements listed under "Apply: Contractors" and download the application at the bottom of the page. If approved, you will receive emails about upcoming opportunities to bid for a project. 

Appalachian Council Of Governments

Christmas In Action works closely with ACOG to identify homes of senior citizens that need work in order to maintain their independence and dignity. For more information read below and follow the links.

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As part of the Appalachian Council of Governments (ACOG), the mission of the Appalachian Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is to assist seniors, their caregivers, and those with disabilities in maintaining dignity and independence in their homes and communities through advocating, planning, and developing resources in partnership with the Lt. Governor’s Office on Aging, Councils on Aging, nonprofits, the private sector, and individuals. The Appalachian Council of Governments’ Area Agency on Aging/Aging and Disability Resource Center is the designated regional lead agency for the development of a comprehensive, coordinated and costeffective long term care system.

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RAMPS

Thanks in part to funding from the Spartanburg Regional Foundation, Christmas In Action along with 100+ volunteers recently built 18 ramps to benefit 25 homeowners and family members! We appreciate the efforts of all of our volunteer groups, including Santahatchie, The Well, Hope Point Church, Polydeck, and many Local Families that assisted with these builds.