prevent child abuse

Child abuse can happen in any setting where there are kids. Foothills Alliance believes that education is the key to stopping sexual assault and child abuse. We offer a variety of age-appropriate prevention and education programs, all of which are available to the community.

how to report abuse

Immediately report your suspicions by
calling law enforcement or the
Department of Social Services.

counseling services

The Foothills Alliance counseling program helps empower survivors to reach their greatest potential.

parenting groups

The support and resources to help be the best
parents possible.

Every week join parents, grandparents, or guardians of children for dinner and conversation.


million men in the U.S. have been
victims of sexual assault or rape

Only 6%

of rapists will ever spend a day in jail

Factoring in unreported rapes


Someone in the US is sexually assaulted


of juvenile sexual assault victims
know their attacker.


of rapes / sexual assaults are not reported to the police.

Walk A Mile


Foothills Alliance is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a Walk a Mile in her Shoes event in both Anderson and Oconee county! During this event, everyone is invited to walk with us as we march against sexual assault!


Help Us


Calling all great volunteers! Foothills Alliance is always searching for new volunteers. Whether you can donate your time by helping serving as a receptionist, being an on-call volunteer advocate, helping keep our facility clean, or sponsoring special events such as the upcoming Festival of Trees, you'll be an asset to Foothills Alliance! If you're interested in learning more about how you can become involved, please call Foothills Alliance at 864-231-7273.

Ladies' Day Golf Tournament


Carole Bain Ladies Day Memorial Golf Tournament The annual ladies golf tournament has become a signature fundraising and awareness-raising event for Foothills Alliance. “The golfers who participate in the Foothills Alliance Ladies Day Golf outing not only experience a wonderful day of golf, food and fellowship, they also understand and passionately support the cause for which they are playing,” said Jeanine Douglas, tournament steering committee member and participant. Carole Bain was a dedicated and generous volunteer for Foothills Alliance. For nine years Carole played in the Ladies Day Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting the clients of Foothills Alliance, and for seven of those years, Carole was in charge of the popular breakfast that took place prior to tee off. The vast array of delicious breakfast and brunch foods, plus a variety of sweet delicacies, became a famous and much-anticipated part of the golf tournament. During the 2009 golf tournament, Carole was undergoing a courageous battle with cancer. Even so, she insisted on chairing the breakfast once again. Carole worked very hard, as usual, while undergoing extensive, rigorous treatments. On tournament day, Carole was suffering, but she awoke at 5 a.m. to begin preparing for the breakfast. She smiled through her pain and rode around the golf course with her beloved team. When the tournament ended that day, the crowd gave Carole a standing ovation for the breakfast, though few people knew that she was sick. Just over three months later, on October 1, 2009, we said good-bye to Carole. It was a tremendous honor in 2010 for Foothills Alliance to name our annual golf tournament  the Carole Bain Ladies Day Memorial Golf Tournament, a fitting remembrance for an avid golfer, a wonderful volunteer, and our special friend. The 2014 tournament is scheduled for June 6 at the Anderson Country Club. We're currently looking for teams, players, donors and volunteers! Please call Jessica at 864-231-7273 to sign up or to ask questions.  


216 E. Calhoun Street, Anderson, SC 29621
864-231-7273 or (800) 585-8952