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Harvest Hope services 20 South Carolina counties through multiple partnering agents. Please enter your zip code below to find the assistance partner located closest to you.

Emergency Food Pantry

Harvest Hope Food Bank’s Emergency Food Pantries - We will be closed the last business day of each month for Inventory

Harvest Hope Emergency Food Pantries in Greenville and Richland counties are implementing a new database system.

During this transition, clients may experience long wait times. Please be advised that at this time we are only serving the first 80-140 clients each day. Service is first come, first served. This is temporary and we hope to resume our normal pantry hours soon. We appreciate your cooperation during this time.

Our Emergency Food Pantries provide those in need with a 5 to 6 day supply of food. Our food package varies depending on donations but usually includes non-perishable and perishable items such as fruit, vegetables, bread, meat, and dried goods. These food packages can provide the basis for balanced and nutritious meals for the families we serve. In addition, we can provide information on other resources available in the community and we assist clients in filling out Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) applications through the SC Benefit Bank.


Richland County Emergency Food Pantry
2220 Shop Rd. Columbia SC 29201
(803) 254-4432 ext. 1132
Director: Talae Tuitele

Hours - Monday - Friday 9am - 1pm

*The second Thursday of each month is reserved for CSFP clients only. We encourage clients who do not receive CSFP boxes to come on another day.


Greenville Emergency Food Pantry
2818 White Horse Road
Greenville, SC 29611
(864) 281-3995 ext. 3117
Manager: Amy Bell

*The second Tuesday of each month is reserved for CSFP clients only. We encourage clients who do not receive CSFP boxes to come on another day.

Hours - Monday  - Friday 9 am to 12 pm

**We will be closed the last business day of each month**

Emergency Food Pantry FAQ

What do I need to bring with me?

In order to receive government commodity food, we need for you to go to a pantry in the county where you reside.  You also must present your current picture ID, with your current physical address and birthdays for everyone in the household.   If you do not have a current ID, you will receive donated food only.


How do I get service?
We encourage you to visit the emergency food pantry in the county where you reside.  You do not need an appointment. We serve on a first come first serve basis.


Do you deliver?

We are very sorry but at this time we do not have a delivery service.