Food and nutrition have power. Power to change lives. Power to transform the health of an entire community. This truth needs to be shouted from the rooftops!

Join the FoodShare movement. There are many ways to get involved by giving your time and financial resources. Your contributions will make a difference in the lives of South Carolinians.

Donate

Your support helps us  make healthy food more affordable for all, and makes a difference in the lives of thousands of people living in South Carolina. Use this form to make your donation online. Call us at 803-851-4461 to learn more about more ways you can help us champion good healthy food for all.

Become a Partner Site

With requests for Fresh Food Boxes increasing weekly, our partner sites are crucial for expanding access to our program!  Partner sites are responsible for collecting orders as well as picking up those boxes on pick-up days from the FoodShare SC Food Hub location at the Save-A-Lot Food Store (2016 Harden Street next to Drew Wellness Center) and bringing them back to their location for participants to pick up. Partner Sites will receive one free large box if you submit 10 orders or more!

To volunteer, fill out our application. For more information, click on the pdf link to read more.

Become a Neighborhood Coordinator

As a Neighborhood Coordinator you are responsible for starting a group of friends, family members, or neighbors that you collect orders from and ensure they get their Fresh Food Box on pick up days. Neighborhood coordinators will receive a free large box if you submit 10 orders or more!

To volunteer, fill out our application. For more information, click on the pdf link to read more.

Be A Cooking Class Volunteer

We know that access to quality nutritious meal ingredients is only the first step to following a healthy diet. Preparing quality and tasty meals at home takes education, practice and encouragement and our Culinary Medicine classes can only operate effectively with the help of dedicated volunteers. Volunteers help with prepping recipe ingredients advance, guiding class partipants through following recipes, and with other duties needed to keep our teaching kitchen organized and runing smoothly. Classes are held several times a week over the lunch hour and in the evening. If you are interested in becoming a Culinary Medicine Volunteer, let us know!

NeighborShare

We know that transportation can be a major barrier for some people in accessing good healthy food, and that sometimes it is nice to just have a buddy to do things with.  The NeighborShare program involves being partnered with someone in your community to help them in placing their order and/or delivering their Fresh Food Box to them on pick-up days.