We are dependent on the generosity of our ministry partners to help

us serve the needs of those less fortunate. We realize that our

abundance is another's necessity. The Spartanburg Soup Kitchen

relies solely on the donation of time, money, and goods from

individuals, groups, small businesses, and corporations.

We receive no government funding. 

Donations to our Operations:
Donations for daily operations can be mailed to:
Spartanburg Soup Kitchen
136 South Forest St.
Spartanburg, SC 29306
* Please designate "operations" on your check.

Donations of food and goods can be dropped off at the Spartanburg Soup Kitchen

any day of the week from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Arrangements can be made

for volunteers to pick up large quantities of items by contacting

Director, Lou Sartor at 864-585-0022 or e-mail: lousartor@outlook.com
Needed Items:
Cream of Soups                          Fruit Cocktail                             Green Beans
Baked Beans                               Macaroni                                    Gravy Mix (brown or country style) 
Canned Meats                             Canned Beets                            Veg-All Mixed Vegetables
Instant Potatoes                          Cheese Slices                           Cheese (sharp/extra sharp)
Mustard & Ketchup                     Vinegar                                      Sweet Relish
Salt & Pepper                               Sugar
Paper Products--dessert plates, cups, trash bags, paper towels
Cleaning Supplies--Pine Sol, washing detergent, bleach
Dish Towels
Special Items for Children's Bags:
Capri Sun  Crackers--peanut butter or cheese
Small Fruit Cups Healthy Snack Items

All donations to the Spartanburg Soup Kitchen are tax-deductible. The SSK is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


It was an easy decision for us to donate to the Soup Kitchen of Spartanburg because we all greatly admire the work they do,” said Lynne Monroe, Branch Manager at United Community Bank. “Every day, they serve hot meals to people in our community who otherwise may not have a meal. We are honored to help them further their mission.”