From Travis’ Desk: Bridges To A Brighter Future

June 1, 2018

Dear Friends, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about Golden Harvest’s 2018 goal to IMPACT our community. When I think about impact, it goes beyond just one meal or one moment in time. Impact means making a lasting change in the life of someone in need. One of the ways we can make the greatest […]

Meet & Greet: Jennifer Thomas, Master’s Table Manager

June 1, 2018

If you’ve been to The Master’s Table Soup Kitchen lately, you’ve met our wonderful new Master’s Table Manager, Jennifer Thomas! A native of New York City, Jennifer brings her knowledge from a degree in Business Management and her work as the Director of the City of Grovetown Community Center to this important job. Since joining […]

Farm Carries On 3 Generations Of Produce Donation Partnership

June 1, 2018

Denver Sandifer represents the third generation of a family who has cultivated, cared for, and lived on the land surrounding Blackville, S.C. Phil Sandifer and Sons Farms has been supplying beautiful fresh produce to our local marketplaces for over 75 years, says Scotty Sandifer, the Farm’s General Manager. The farm produces cantaloupes, cucumbers, green and […]

How You Change Lives In Upstate South Carolina

June 1, 2018

It was a typical Tuesday morning in Pickens, S.C., so Johnny Corn shouldered a box to help a young mother at Gleaning House Ministries carry donated cereal, vegetables, bread, meat and other food items to her car. He placed the box in the backseat and saw a small hand reach up to snatch an orange […]

WellCare Cares At The Master’s Table

June 1, 2018

When Barbie Johnson looks around The Master’s Table Soup Kitchen, she sees guests’ faces and knows she’s in the right place. ‘Since coming to Golden Harvest, I’ve had an opportunity to impact the lives of many of the people they serve,” she says, “so that’s something I’m very proud of.” A South Augusta native, Johnson […]

Postal Workers ‘Stamp Out Hunger’

June 1, 2018

Daniel Beckham knows exactly why the annual “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive is so important to him. “I’ve seen so many families that have crises in their lives, and that could be any one of us in that situation someday,” he says. “That’s what I tell our letter carriers. This could be your bag of […]

You Provide Rural Children With Weekend Food

June 1, 2018

Brightly colored posters and crayon drawings dot the walls inside Blythe Elementary Principal Pamela Ward’s cozy office. Her voice fills with emotion as she tells stories of the families that struggle with hunger in their rural community of Blythe, GA. “In so many of these families, both parents are working but the money can’t stretch […]

From Travis’ Desk: Making An Impact in 2018

January 11, 2018

As we step into a new year, I want to take a moment to celebrate all the ways your support helped transform our community in 2017. I am overwhelmed with gratitude as I consider how many lives we changed together last year. Because of you, we provided 14.5 million meals to the hungry in our […]

Family Farm Provides Fresh Peaches to the Hungry

January 11, 2018

We love to eat our peaches in Georgia and South Carolina, but we love to we grow them too! Titan Farms in Ridge Spring, SC is the largest grower of peaches on the east coast. Despite its scale, this family farm has a heart for helping those in need. For 8 years now, the farm […]

Columbia County Church Meets Hidden Need

January 11, 2018

In the seven years Gloria worked for Meals on Wheels, she never thought she would find herself in need of food assistance. But that changed when her youngest son passed away and Gloria and her husband of 30 years adopted his daughter. Though her husband and oldest son both work to support their household of […]