Harvest Hope COVID-19 Crisis Response
As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 crisis, our Greenville and Columbia Emergency Food Pantries will be conducting curbside food pick-up until further notice.
A Note from Our Board
"To achieve our vision of a hunger-free South Carolina, Harvest Hope must address the root causes of hunger and deepen our understanding of structural and systemic inequities that disproportion
Greenville Women Giving awards $541K in grants to seven local nonprofits
At a time when nonprofits are struggling economically, a Greenville group is even more grateful to be able to provide some aid.
Harvest Hope Receives a $100,000 Grant from Truist for COVID-19 Relief Efforts
Harvest Hope announced today it received a $100,000 grant from the Truist Financial Corporation to aid in its COVID-19 relief efforts in the Upstate and Midlands.
Farm Bureau Insurance Donates 200,000 Meals to Harvest Hope’s COVID-19 Response
Columbia, S. C.
National Guard helps Harvest Hope Food Bank’s Pee Dee branch as demands grow
FLORENCE, S.C. (WMBF) - The South Carolina National Guard is now helping Harvest Hope Food Bank’s locations as their demand grows.
SC National Guard assists Harvest Hope during coronavirus crisis
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Harvest Hope Food Bank says it has seen record numbers of people in its emergency pantry curbside distribution lines.
Harvest Hope working to meet demand
In the five weeks since S.C. Gov.
Welcome to our New Website
You may have noticed something new when you visited our site – something Harvest Hope has been working toward for some time.
Harvest Hope Food Bank makes a call for some extra hands
FLORENCE, S.C. (WPDE) — According to Feeding America, between 15 to 21% of people in the Pee Dee are worried about where they will get their next meal. This is called food insecurity.