Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation makes a donation in honor of Hunger Action Month

September 26, 2023

Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation is thrilled to announce a donation to Lowcountry Food Bank. This gift of $30,000 will be used where the Food Bank needs it most to support feeding programs, equipment purchases, special projects, agency expansions or anything that helps grow the work of Lowcountry Food Bank.

“Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation is delighted to commemorate Hunger Action Month 2023 with our second annual and largest donation to Lowcountry Food Bank,” said Pat Walker, Board Chair of Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation. “Our investment in the work of Lowcountry Food Bank will help ensure that neighbors who experience food insecurity in the 10 coastal counties of South Carolina have access to nutritious food. This donation would not be possible without our supporters who are investing in the future!”

Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation’s mission is to provide a consistent and sustainable source of funding to support Lowcountry Food Bank. Supporters can participate this Hunger Action Month by investing in the Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation to provide for our neighbors now and in the future.

To learn more about Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation, please contact [email protected] or visit lowcountryfoodbank.org/ways-to-give/foundation.


About Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation:

Lowcountry Food Bank Foundation was created in 2021 to help secure the future of Lowcountry Food Bank by providing a permanent, sustainable source of income through the management of investments. The income from these investments supplement annual dollars raised by LCFB and allow the Food Bank to continue to serve those who are food insecure in the 10 coastal counties both now and in the future.

About Lowcountry Food Bank: Feed. Advocate. Empower.

Lowcountry Food Bank serves the 10 coastal counties of South Carolina and distributed more than 40 million pounds of food in 2022. Lowcountry Food Bank helps fight hunger by distributing food to more than 230 partner agencies including on-site meal programs, homeless shelters and emergency food pantries. Lowcountry Food Bank advocates on behalf of those who experience hunger and helps empower people to make healthy and nutritious food choices. For more information, visit the Lowcountry Food Bank website