Below is our latest newsletter from the Fort Mill Care Center posted April 22, 2020. If you would like to download the newsletter click download below From the Desk of the President Amid the unprecedented circumstances that COVID-19 has unleashed, I take great comfort in knowing what a caring and compassionate community we are blessed […]
The Fort Mill Care Center will be closed on Friday April 10th and Monday April 13th, 2020 for the Easter holiday. Our volunteers have been tirelessly working to serve the community. Please join us and stay at home, enjoy your family, pray for the health of our town, our state, our country and our world.
The Fort Mill Care Center is featured on Talk of the Town Carolinas. Care Center Director Kathryn O’Donnell talks with TOTT host Patti Mercer about the new procedures that are in place during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Thank you for your continued donations to Fort Mill Care Center. Your generosity allows us to continue to provide food for our neighbors in need during this difficult time. Items most needed for April are Snacks, Canned Fruit, Grits, Jelly, Laundry Detergent and fresh or frozen meat. Hams for Easter would be appreciated.
In an effort to help limit exposure to COVID-19, the Fort Mill Care Center has suspended our normal procedures, and we are implementing a new system to facilitate our food distribution efforts. As of March 16th, we no longer allow visitors into our building. However, we remain committed to serving our community by providing limited […]
Hello Care Center Family! We will still be operating on a normal schedule – MWF from 9am-Noon. There will be a few changes so please bear with us. The Fort Mill Care Center will operate like a drive thru. We will still be able to help with food, dental, and prescriptions. We will not at […]
In our first newsletter release, you will find information about our new 2020 Executive Committee, current Pantry needs, new client info, and more.
Thank you for your continued donations. In April the items we need most are Snacks, Canned Fruit, Jelly, Grits, Fresh/ Frozen meat including Hams for Easter, and Laundry Detergent. Donations can be brought during our normal operating hours MWF 9-noon.
Items needed for February are individually packaged toothbrushes for adults and children (not multipacks), toothpaste, jelly, incontinence pads for women, and tampons. Donations can be brought during our normal operating hours (Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings 9 AM – noon). Thank you for your support.
Thank you for your tremendous generosity to Fort Mill Care Center. Items we still need are Toilet Paper, Deodorant, Shampoo, Body Wash, Pull-ups especially for girls, and jelly. Donations can be brought during normal operating hours of MWF 9 AM-noon. Thank you.