Lowcountry Food Bank advocates on behalf of people who experience hunger by taking the lead in increasing awareness about hunger and educating our community about the social and policy issues that surround food insecurity. There are several ways you can become a hunger-fighting advocate too.

Looking to educate yourself about the hunger crisis that we face? We invite you to read our case for support and fact sheet.

Hunger Action Month

Join us this September to celebrate Hunger Action Month (HAM) to help fight hunger one helping at a time. Participate in new and exciting activities presented by the Lowcountry Food Bank and United Healthcare.

Request a Speaker

For questions or more information, contact Brenda Shaw, Chief Development Officer, Lowcountry Food Bank, Requests must be received two weeks in advance. Thank you for your interest in Lowcountry Food Bank.

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