FoodShare is dedicated to building and amplifying the power of frontline communities who are most negatively impacted by our current food system.

Our goal is to establish FoodShare “Partner Hubs” in 34 South Carolina counties by 2024 and we are seeking to identify and mobilize key stakeholders around South Carolina who are interested in replicating the Fresh Food Box model within their community.

Improving fresh food access for vulnerable and underserved communities should be a significant part of the host organization’s mission. The program is seeking a host organization (Churches, community organizations, or other nonprofit) with a demonstrated understanding of the intersections of racial, economic, and environmental justice, that is committed to transformative change.

To find out more about partnering with FoodShare to help “feed a need in your community,” email us at

How to Become a Hub

Current FoodShare South Carolina Hub Partners include:

  • Mill Village Farms, Greenville
  • Ruth’s Gleanings, Spartanburg
  • United Way of Kershaw County, Camden
  • Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Bishopville
  • Southeastern Housing & Community Development, Bamberg
  • Chesterfield County Coordinating Council, Chesterfield
  • HOPE in Lancaster, Lancaster
  • South Carolina Empowerment Centre, Laurens
  • H.O.P.E./Helping Others Progress through Education, Rock Hill
  • KNOW2 Cherokee, Gaffney
  • CMD’s Pantry, Kingstree
  • The RobinHood Group, Union
  • Huspah Missionary Baptist Church, Hampton
  • Old Marlboro Community School, Bennettsville
  • Carolina Human Reinvestment Group, Georgetown
  • Feed & Seed, Pickens
  • Fairfield Forward, Winnsboro

Join Us in Changing the Face of Food Access Across South Carolina