Serving the 10 Coastal Counties of South Carolina
The Lowcountry Food Bank serves more than 200,000 food-insecure individuals every year through our strong relationships with nearly 300 community partners – a network of food pantries, on-site meal programs, school programs, senior programs, veteran’s groups and shelters. Our dedicated staff works to equitably distribute food across the 10 coastal counties of South Carolina we serve. We provide our partners with fresh fruits and vegetables, shelf-stable food, equipment, nutrition materials and food safety training.
Lowcountry Food Bank administers food assistance programs for our community partners that support the unique needs of targeted populations. We provide food access for children, access to fresh produce, nutrition education and prepared meals to seniors and veterans. Lowcountry Food Bank leads the fight against hunger and aims to ensure that everyone in our community has access to nutritious food.
While the journey of our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion work has just begun, Lowcountry Food Bank is committed to addressing these important issues and the root causes of how each intersects with food insecurity. We know it demands steadfast attention and we are dedicated to strengthening equity, diversity and inclusion within our organization.
We lead the fight against hunger through our partner network of nearly 300 community-based organizations, soup kitchens and pantries that distribute food across the 10 coastal counties of South Carolina. Our partner agencies’ commitment to the community puts meals on the table for more than 200,000 of our food-insecure neighbors.
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By The Numbers
From every donation to each meal prepared, it is important to track our work. With the help of our network of nearly partner agencies who distribute food to our neighbors who need it most, we proudly report the results of our efforts. By working together can we continue to feed and serve our neighbors who experience food insecurity.
Since 1983, Lowcountry Food Bank has been a leader in addressing food insecurity in the Lowcountry. Now serving thousands of families across the 10 coastal counties of South Carolina, Lowcountry Food Bank has grown to include more than 75 employees, 5,000 volunteers and nearly 300 partner agencies.