School is out for summer, so we can use donations of cereal, easy lunch items (like canned or microwaveable pasta and peanut butter and jelly), healthy snacks like fruit cups and pudding cups, juice and shelf stable milk. We could also use donations of personal care items such as shampoo and deodorant. Donations can be […]
School ends the end of May, and school age children will not receive free lunch or breakfast during the summer break. We need to begin collecting food now if we are to help fill this gap. Items most needed include grits, canned pasta (such as Chef Boyardee and Spaghetti-Os), healthy snacks like fruit and nuts, […]
Please bring pantry donations to the new storage building during our normal operating hours (MWF mornings 9-noon). Current needs are personal care items such as shampoo, soap, deodorant, incontinence underwear (like Depends), training pants (like Pull-ups). We also can accept refrigerated and frozen foods. We will be closed on April 14 (Good Friday).
Non perishable foods most needed in March: Fresh produce, Baby food, Ensure/Boost, SMALL bags rice (1 pound bags), canned meat. We also have a large refrigerator and freezer, so can use donations of foods that need refrigeration or freezing. Donations can be brought to the Care Center during our normal operating hours of Monday, Wednesday and […]
A BIG THANK YOU to Two Men And A Truck for a wonderful complimentary move, their time and excellent movers!!! They have moved us out of rental storage into our new Food Storage Building!
Our annual board meeting is February 14 at 10:00 AM. All are invited to attend.
Rice (especially 1 or 2 pound bags), liquid dish soap (like Dawn), paper towels and other cleaning supplies are the items we can use the most. Donations can be brought to the front pantry door (far side of the patio) during our regular operating hours of MWF mornings 9 AM-noon. Once our storage building is […]
Thank you to everyone who has donated to Fort Mill Care Center. Your generosity has allowed us to provide Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners to needy families in our community. We will be closed December 23 and December 26 and again January 2 so that our volunteers can spend the holidays with their families.
The Fort Mill Community has been very generous with donations, so the food pantry is very full. We can still use donations of whole chickens, turkeys, and hams for Christmas dinners. Also needed are instant potatoes and cranberry sauce. Donations can be brought during our regular operating hours of Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9 […]
Beginning on Halloween, when clients come in for their regular food, we will be giving them food to prepare their Thanksgiving meal as well. We need donations of frozen turkeys (households of 4 or more) and chickens (households of 1-3). Also needed are stuffing, instant potatoes, canned pie fillings, canned vegetables, canned fruits, canned meats, canned stews, canned chili and rice (1 or 2 […]