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You SHOP. Amazon Feeds the Hungry.November 27, 2015
AmazonSmile (www.smile.amazon.com) is a simple and automatic way for you to support Harvest Hope Food Bank every time you shop online. Operated by Amazon, it lets you enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com.
The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to Harvest Hope Food Bank.
On your first visit to AmazonSmile, choose Harvest Hope Food Bank to receive donations before you begin shopping. Please watch the video above to see how easy AmazonSmile is to set up.
Graduate student passes the Bar Exam and donates his car to Harvest HopeNovember 24, 2015
Steve Huegel stopped by the other day with a big donation. He just passed the Bar Exam and became a lawyer at Adams and Reese. Mr. Huegel donated his CAR to Harvest Hope Food Bank. He was inspired by his former professor Alan Medlin at the University of South Carolina School of Law who would match their donations every year. He dedicates his donation to the USC Law Pro Bono Program and his former professor Alan Medlin. Thanks Steve for staying with us a few minutes so we capture this inspiring story! South Carolina is very grateful for your donation!
Here's also a story that appeared on WACH Fox in Columbia SC. Thank you to Tara Petitt for coming out and covering this. You can find Tara on twitter at https://twitter.com/tjp_tara
Here is a "behind the scenes" photo from the title exchange with our Transportation & Central Purchasing Manager, Chuck Backman.
If Steve has inspired you to make a difference please donate below!
SC State Fair Donates $100,000 to Harvest HopeNovember 21, 2015
The South Carolina State Fair donated $200,000 to flood relief efforts with the net proceeds from this year’s parking fees. The fair allocated those funds to the Salvation Army and Harvest Hope Food Bank. Both organizations received $100,000.
Newsboys and Cole Swindell, who performed in the grandstand during this year’s fair, also donated approximately $10,000 to Harvest Hope Food Bank, which was instrumental in providing food for flood victims.
Gary Goodman(in the video above) talking about the donation.