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It’s almost the holidays. For many, that means meals shared with those dear to us. Meals that are full of bountiful veggies and fruit. Meals that nourish and heal. But that isn’t the case for the one in six households in Richland County experiencing food insecurity. Lack of transportation may become an additional barrier to […]

Posted on December 13th, 2018

A FoodShare Story.

At FoodShare, it’s always been about more than just the box of food. It’s about the lives that are touched. It’s about the moments we spend in community with each other. Here’s one of our stories. Follow a Palmetto Health ACT Team Nurse Case Manager as she turns to the resources of FoodShare South Carolina to meet the needs […]

Posted on August 27th, 2018

First Annual USC SOM Healthy Strides 5K and Community Health Fair

The First Annual USC School of Medicine will present the Healthy Strides 5K and Community Health Fair on Saturday, April 15th, 2017 will all proceeds benefitting FoodShare. The Healthy Strides 5K check in will begin at 8 AM with the race beginning at 9 AM. The Community Health Fair will follow from 10 AM- 2 […]

Posted on January 12th, 2017

FoodShare Columbia: Another Great Way to Increase Access to Healthy, Affordable Foods with SNAP

March is National Nutrition Month. Throughout the month, USDA will be highlighting results of our efforts to improve access to safe, healthy food for all Americans and supporting the health of our next generation. Read more here:

Posted on March 30th, 2016

FoodShare Columbia creators aim to eliminate city’s food deserts

Affordable fresh produce can be hard to find for Columbia families who live in “food deserts,” which are communities that lack grocery stores and supermarkets. Read more here:

Posted on August 30th, 2015

USC, local groups launch FoodShare to improve access to healthy food

COLUMBIA, SC – The University of South Carolina’s school of public health and its medical school are teaming up with community organizations to help people get increased access to fresh and healthy fruits and vegetables. Read more here:

Posted on August 19th, 2015

Grocery gap keeping many areas from having fresh produce

COLUMBIA, SC (WACH) — Imagine living in an area, where accessing fresh food is a struggle. These areas are called food deserts, it’s a place where low income people may not have access to a car, or access to a store that sells fresh foods. Food deserts are even here in Midlands. Read more here:

Posted on August 9th, 2015