Lowcountry Food Bank

 

The 2013 Student Food Drive kicks off on Tuesday, October 1! Check out our exciting Gold Can, Silver and Aluminum sponsorship opportunities.

View the Student Food Drive facebook page and share it with your friends!


Welcome! Thank you for your interest in the Lowcountry Food Bank's 5th annual Student Food Drive! Beginning October 1, tri-county high school students will embark on a month-long hunger relief campaign! The high school that collects the most food will win a cash prize and bragging rights! With the help of a faculty advisor, students plan events to promote the drive, organize their food collection, and earn participounds throughout the month. Check out these documents to answer any questions you may have: Loading Day Guidelines, Event Ideas,Advisor Guidelines

Partici-pounds are heading to Instagram! By participating in Instagram challenges, students have the opportunity to earn "partici-pounds" that count toward their school's total. Students can follow @LCFoodBank to find out about the weekly challenge, and then tag LCFB in their posts.

LAST YEAR students raised 29,266 pounds of food for our community!

2013 Student Food Drive Participating Schools
Academic Magnet High School
Ashley Ridge High School
Baptist Hill Middle High School
Burke Middle High School
Charleston County Charter School of Math & Science
Charleston County School of the Arts
Garrett Technical Academy
James Island Charter
Military Magnet Academy
North Charleston High School
Palmetto Academy
Star Academy at Berkeley HS
Wando High School
West Ashley High School

 

Dates To Remember
Tuesday, October 1st 6-8pm: Kickoff Party at Lowcountry Food Bank
October 7-11: Skit Video Competition

Saturday, October 12th 8am-4pm: Food Lion Day of Giving
Saturday, October 12th: Fast Feet Shopping Spree
Friday, November 1: Loading Day!


We are still accepting schools! For more information, contact Karen McManus at 843.747.8146, ext. 111.


Thank you to our  Student Food Drive Sponsors!


Gold Can Sponsors
        

 


 

 

The 2013 Student Food Drive kicks off on Tuesday, October 1! Check out our exciting Gold Can, Silver and Aluminum sponsorship opportunities.

View the Student Food Drive facebook page and share it with your friends!


Welcome! Thank you for your interest in the Lowcountry Food Bank's 5th annual Student Food Drive! Beginning October 1, tri-county high school students will embark on a month-long hunger relief campaign! The high school that collects the most food will win a cash prize and bragging rights! With the help of a faculty advisor, students plan events to promote the drive, organize their food collection, and earn participounds throughout the month. Check out these documents to answer any questions you may have: Loading Day Guidelines, Event Ideas,Advisor Guidelines

Partici-pounds are heading to Instagram! By participating in Instagram challenges, students have the opportunity to earn "partici-pounds" that count toward their school's total. Students can follow @LCFoodBank to find out about the weekly challenge, and then tag LCFB in their posts.

LAST YEAR students raised 29,266 pounds of food for our community!

2013 Student Food Drive Participating Schools
Academic Magnet High School
Ashley Ridge High School
Baptist Hill Middle High School
Burke Middle High School
Charleston County Charter School of Math & Science
Charleston County School of the Arts
Garrett Technical Academy
James Island Charter
Military Magnet Academy
North Charleston High School
Palmetto Academy
Star Academy at Berkeley HS
Wando High School
West Ashley High School

 

Dates To Remember
Tuesday, October 1st 6-8pm: Kickoff Party at Lowcountry Food Bank
October 7-11: Skit Video Competition

Saturday, October 12th 8am-4pm: Food Lion Day of Giving
Saturday, October 12th: Fast Feet Shopping Spree
Friday, November 1: Loading Day!


We are still accepting schools! For more information, contact Karen McManus at 843.747.8146, ext. 111.


Thank you to our  Student Food Drive Sponsors!


Gold Can Sponsors
        

 


 

Children at Risk of Hunger in Every County

More than 1,000 counties in our nation have more than one in four children at risk of hunger. Feeding America's Map the Meal Gap study shows that children struggle with hunger throughout our country.  See what South Carolina's face of hunger looks like by learning more!!

Take Action

Together we can end hunger! Each day the LCFB advocates on behalf of the 220,000 families, children and elderly we serve throughout our 10 county service area. We need your help!  Feeding America's Hunger Action Center is a great way to get involved and please click here for the latest local and statewide efforts.

LCFB Offers SNAP Enrollment Assistance 

The Lowcountry Food Bank is proud to be an affiliate of the Benefit Bank of South Carolina! Our on-site Benefit Bank Counselors assist families with SNAP enrollment and many other federal programs.  To make an appointment and learn more, click here.