On distribution day, the place is like a beehive


In addition to our regular volunteers, we are often joined by other helpers, including church youth groups, scout troops, and school classes, and folks who are between jobs.

This is an excellent experience for young people to learn service to others. Anyone who would like to bring a group of young people for the distribution day (Tuesdays, 8 - 12), please contact Director Carl Harmon.

Here are pix of some of the groups that have come to help. One came from as far away as North Carolina.

The group's main focus is to help the elderly people who trying to exist on $200-$700 a month. "They are out there by the thousands," Harmon says. He adds that they have come across residents who are trying to live on as little as $127 a month.

Along with help with utility bills, Caring and Sharing operates a food bank.

"We also need financial help, if we are to expand our services," he said. Anyone wishing to volunteer or make donations please visit our
Contact Us page.

The food bank, formerly at Harmon's rural home, has moved to West George Street, Hemingway, SC. Currently our Food Bank is providing food for over 750 families each month.

Caring and Sharing has acquired property inside the city limits of Hemingway and the lot is located on 124 West George just behind the Dollar General Store located at 200 North Main Street.

We built a new facility, and shortly were able to about double the size again, to create a much larger Food Bank. This new facility and parking lot will allow Caring and Sharing to feed up to 900 families per month.
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