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Georgetown County food pantries.

Families that need food in the Georgetown County area can get help. Assistance is provided by food pantries that are located in the county as well centers in neighboring towns and cities. The non-profits will generally serve anyone from the region, and if an individual can't make it to a pantry or meal site, then Meals on Wheels may help fill the need of that client.

With about 1 in 5 kids facing hunger in Georgetown County, the pantries do focus on feeding the youth and directing them to long term benefits as well. This may be free USDA school meals or SNAP food stamps, and children may also be given free Christmas gifts or holiday meals, including at Thanksgiving. This same approach is used for other requests as well; the food pantries provide short term support while the client is directed to some type of long term benefit program. Whether it is employment, SNAP, or something else, assistance is offered.

Friendship Place
1905 Front ST
Georgetown, South America 29440
Phone - (843) 545-1115
This charity addresses both employment needs as well as food, housing, and meals. When it comes to food, clients on the non-profit can use the Soup Kitchen. Breakfast, lunch, or free holiday meals may be served.

Helping Hands of Georgetown
1813 Highmarket St
Georgetown, South Carolina 29440
(843) 527-3424
A regional non-profit that provides many social services, in addition to a free food bank. There may be financial help for electric bills, clothes, or Christmas meals and gifts. Staff also help families living in poverty apply for SNAP food stamps or other USDA programs.

HH Georgetown - Time to Change
1813 Highmarket ST
Georgetown, SC 29440
For information, dial (843) 527-3424
Items available include diapers, clothing, and household supplies. Emergency groceries, including canned and fresh fruit, is provided by the food pantry.





South Carolina Department of Social Services - Georgetown County Branch
330 Dozier ST
Georgetown, South Carolina 29440
(843) 546-5134
Many assistance programs are processed. They offer Child and Adult Care Food Programs, food stamps and EBT Card Services, day care support, and other public aid.

Christian Missions, Inc.
Address is 900 62ne AVE N.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29572
(843) 444-5580
Georgetown families can use this neighboring pantry.

Salvation Army - Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties
2401 Anthuan Maybank DR
Georgetown, SC 29440
(843) 527-4479
Donations allow the thrift shop and food bank to operate. The church also has free Christmas meals and gifts for kids, baby formula for single moms, and temporary financial assistance. Thanksgiving turkeys may also be passed out to the homeless or working poor.

Outreach Farm
Pawleys Island, South Carolina 29585
Phone - (843) 314-1331

Mt. Zion AME Church
8201 Thurgood Marshall HWY
Andrews, SC 29510
(843) 221-5530
Deliveries, including Meals on Wheels, may also be arranged for senior or the disabled. The pantry also has groceries, meat, bread, peanut butter, and other supplies.





Pet Helpers
Location of the pantry is 1447 Folly Rd.
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
Telephone number - (843) 795-1110
This regional non-profit has pet food for very low income families. There may be cat or dog food.

The regional Georgetown County Feeding American affiliate can be reached at 843-747-8146. They can direct the family to the nearest soup kitchen, government benefit, or free food bank near them for help.


By Jon McNamara

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