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<li><a href="http://www.scguard.com/">Visit the South Carolina National Guard</a></li>
<li><a href="http://myarmybenefits.us.army.mil/Home/Benefit_Library/State__Territory_Benefits/South_Carolina.html">State Benefits</a></li>
<li><a href="http://www.myarmyonesource.com/CommunitiesandMarketplace/CommunitySupport/Southeastern/SouthCarolina/default.aspx">Army OneSource Community Support Coordinator, your source for local information, news, and valuable resources</a></li>
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<h3 class="dark">State and Community Programs and Services</h3>
<h4>Emergency Relief</h4>
<p>The South Carolina Military Scholarship and Family Care Association, Inc. provides emergency relief statewide to military members and their Families in the event of unusual or unpreventable hardship. There are no duty restrictions - funds are available to both active and part time Soldiers facing financial hardships. As there are no overhead costs, 100% of donations received go to emergency relief and scholarships. for more information call (864) 221-8788 or visit <a href="http://www.ngfamilyofone.org">www.ngfamilyofone.org</a></p>

<h4>Adopt A Guard Foundation</h4>
<p>This all volunteer, community group provides funds to established Family Readiness Groups for newsletter costs and Soldier care box postage costs.</p>

<h4>The South Carolina National Guard Youth Camp</h4>
<p>The camp provides Guard youth an incredible, fantastic, awesome week of fun, learning, and confidence building activities. Families with financial difficulties can apply for available camp scholarships. For more information call (803) 806-1641, email Sherry Marsh: sherry.j.marsh@us.army.mil, or visit <a href="http://www.scguard.com/family/camp.aspx">www.scguard.com/family/camp.</a></p>

<h4>Military Spouse Residency Relief Act</h4>
<p>On November 11, 2009, the President signed into law the Military Spouse Residency Relief Act. This Act, among other things, provides that when a service member leaves his or her home State in accord with military or naval orders, the service member's spouse may retain residency in his or her home State for voting and tax purposes, after relocating from that State to accompany the service member. In the State of South Carolina an exemption from South Carolina withholding tax may be claimed if a spouse of an employee is a member of the US Armed Services and their state of legal residence is not South Carolina. For more information visit <a href="http://www.sctax.org/NR/rdonlyres/3FFFBA54-5A8A-4D20-9845-B570DBFB7F68/0/IL0921.pdf">www.sctax.org</a></p>

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