These local businesses give back to the Upstate community

From restaurants and retail to venues and vehicle washing, our friends at Upstate Business Journal put together a list of local businesses that give back to the Upstate community.

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A full house at Jasmine Kitchen. | Photo by Jasmine Kitchen

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The only thing better than shopping local is shopping local for a cause. Our friends at Upstate Business Journal put together a highlight of local businesses that give back to the Upstate community.

Please note: These are not the only businesses in Greenville that give back. These are just a few highlights.

Jasmine Kitchen, 503 Augusta St., Greenville

Who it helps: Jasmine Road — a program that provides job training and employment + career opportunities to survivors of sex trafficking, trauma, and addiction.

Next Level Pressure Washing, Mobile business

Who it helps: Next Steps Today — a nonprofit that helps men transitioning back to society after leaving addiction treatment programs.

Bridge City Coffee, Multiple locations

Who it helps: Bridge Fund Collective — an employee-assistance program for health, housing, transportation, and education. Employees apply for the fund and receive financial coaching + budget planning.

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