1) VOLUNTEER : We are always in need of volunteer to help with home deliveries, stocking and arranging the pantry , help with picking up supplies from Low Country food bank.

2) HOST A PARTY with a theme that focuses on donating to the hungry? When you invite loved ones over to your house, tell them to bring a few nonperishable food items. Along with chatting and eating, your friends and family will be doing good for needy people. After the party, bring all the items you collected to our clinic.

3) GIVE MONEY : We buy food at wholesale, bulk, or other discounted rates, from Low Country Food bank, meaning that we can get a large amount of food for a small amount of money.. And when we has a plethora of rice and beans but not enough fruit or vegetables, money you donate can help us fill in the gaps of whatever food they’re missing.

4) MAKE A HOLIDAY DONATION IN SOMEONE ELSE’S NAME. Though tangible gifts for holidays and birthdays are often top of mind, consider eschewing physical items to instead make a monetary donation in someone else’s name. Feeding America
offers an eCard you can send to people when you make a donation in their name. And if you recently lost a loved one, you can make a memorial donation to honor his or her memory and ask that others do the same.


6) THINK OUTSIDE THE KITCHEN. We also accept cosmetics and hygiene products. Besides the obvious canned foods, you might be able to donate baby food, diapers, cleaning supplies, toilet paper, soap, and toothpaste. If you’re not sure about a certain item, please call us ahead of time to see if we accept those items and have a need.

7) DON’T FORGET SPICES AND CONDIMENTS. Most food banks get a ton of staple foods, but they’re often lacking in spices and condiments. Although salt and pepper aren’t essential, hungry people do use and greatly appreciate
seasonings. Salt, pepper, mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup, and Sriracha are versatile items that can improve the taste of many dishes.