Planned Giving

Feed the future by making a legacy gift.

Leave a lasting legacy of hope and help by making a bequest gift to Golden Harvest Food Bank. You’ve made such a difference by supporting our work with your valuable time, funds, and food donations. A bequest will perpetuate your support and create a living legacy, feeding our neighbors in need for generations to come.

Planning Your Bequest

  • Seek advice from your financial or legal advisor

  • Contact us for assistance

  • Set up a will or trust to communicate your wishes

  • Name Golden Harvest Food Bank as a beneficiary of your estate

Legal Name: Golden Harvest Food Bank, Inc.
Street Address: 3310 Commerce Drive, Augusta, GA 30909
EIN: 58-1466514

While we do not have standard language that we require be used, we would suggest a version of the following:

I give to Golden Harvest Food Bank, Inc., a non-profit organization, located in Augusta, GA, ______(a percentage of the estate, specific dollar amount, remainder of estate after all other charitable gifts & expenses, etc.) to be used for Golden Harvest Food Bank’s hunger relief work. If at any time, it becomes impossible or impractical for my gift to be used for the above charitable purpose, Golden Harvest Food Bank shall use my gift for a purpose and in a manner that most closely meets the above charitable purpose.

Benefits of a Legacy Gift

  • Simplicity. Just a few sentences in your will or trust is all it takes.

  • Tax relief. You are entitled to an estate tax deduction for the value of your gift.

  • Lasting impact. Support a mission that ensures individuals and families will have access to nutritious food and resources with the dignity and respect they deserve.

The Impact

Golden Harvest Food Bank extends its heartfelt congratulations to all the grant recipients and expresses gratitude to the donors whose generosity made these grants possible.

– Mt. Olive Church of the Nazarene in Johnson County – $40,000

– Clifford Grove Baptist Church in Wilkes County – $40,000

– Family Connections CIS-Glascock in Glascock County – $40,000

– Hancock Helping Hands in Hancock County – $37,073

– Unity Outreach Church in Aiken County – $33,663

– Noah’s Ark MBC in Burke County – $31,378

– Bridges of Hope in Jefferson County – $28,675

– Gateway Church in Barnwell County – $18,000

– Broken Shackle Ranch in Washington County – $17,577

– BackPack Program at Blythe Elementary School in Richmond County – $15,140

– Trinity COG Ministries in Allendale County – $13,860

– Putnam Christian Outreach in Putnam County – $6,700

– DCCM in Richmond County – $6,204.86

– BackPack Program at McBean Elementary School in Richmond County- $6,500

– McDuffie Manna in McDuffie County – $2,850

– Answers Community Church in Columbia County – $2,600

– St Mary’s/St Vincent DePaul Society of Aiken in Aiken County – $2,550

– Elbert Co. UMC Food Ministry in Elbert County – $1,154

– BackPack Program at Chukker Creek Elementary School in Aiken County – $800

– BackPack Program at Screven City Elementary School in Screven County – $731

Questions? Contact Us!

Melissa Brown

Major Gifts Officer

706-736-1199 ext. 217

Nathan Folks

VP of Development

706-736-1199 ext. 214

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