Financial Supporters

Second Helpings is able to help thousands of people each week because of our donors’ generosity. Foundations, civic organizations, churches, thrift stores, and individual donors all support our food distribution program.

Our financial partners help us provide much needed fresh and nutritious food to those experiencing chronic hunger or those newly pushed into poverty. People like Ralph N., who visits St. Andrew-by-the-Sea Soup Kitchen on Hilton Head is an example. Hear from Ralph:

“This is not your typical soup kitchen. This is a place I can eat a meal in peace and with dignity. I come for lunch when I’m in town for work. I travel from northern Beaufort County on a bus and I don’t make a lot of money. By eating lunch here, I can save some money and use it to pay for groceries and rent.”

We are grateful to our financial donors for their support of our mission:

Full Plate Donors

Coastal Community Foundation
Hargray Caring Coins
Heritage Classic Foundation
Palmetto Bluff
Palmetto Electric Trust
PGA Tour
The Bargain Box
United Way of the Lowcountry

Other Generous Donors

Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Beaufort County Community Services
Belfair 1811 Charitable Fund
Berkeley Hall Charitable Foundation
Breedlove Foundation
Calhoun Station
Catholic Chapel, MCRD Parris Island
Church Mouse Thrift Store
Colleton River Club
Community Foundation of the Lowcountry
Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation
Friends of Callawassie Island
Hampton Lake Tiger Bass
Hilton Head Area Association of Realtors
Hilton Head Island Firefighters Association
Junior Service League of Beaufort
Long Cove Community Foundation
Rotary Club of the Lowcountry
St. Francis Thrift Store
St. Luke’s Church
St. Peter’s Catholic Church – A Light for Beaufort
Sisters of Charity
Sun City Council
Wexford Plantation Community Foundation
Winthrop Family Fund

Community and Corporate Sponsors

Our sponsors are also essential in the work to end hunger in our local community.
Advertising on our trucks, sponsoring events or providing in-kind donations are just some of the ways these businesses help our programs. Becoming a Second Helpings sponsor links your business to one of the most reputable and trusted nonprofits in the Lowcountry. We appreciate their financial support and civic-mindedness.

Ameris Bank
Carey & Company P.A.
Coastal States Bank
Darden Restaurants
Dominion Energy
Food Lion
Foundation for the Carolinas
Fresh Market
Full Plate
Kroger
Morgan Stanley Foundation
Palmetto State Bank
SERG Group
Sheri Nixon, Keller Williams
Spice & Tea Exchange
Walmart
Whole Foods

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