Georgetown Walmart awards $2,500 grant to Helping Hands of Georgetown County to relieve hunger
The Georgetown Walmart store in conjunction with the Walmart Foundation has awarded Helping Hand of Georgetown County a $2,500 grant to help relieve hunger and provide healthy food choices at the Georgetown and Andrews food pantry.
Each time clients are served by the food pantry, they are provided the equivalent of three days worth of food that includes milk, eggs and protein (meat) along with non-perishable food items. Helping Hands has a pantry in Georgetown and Andrews.
“We are so blessed by the support of the Georgetown Walmart in the Andrews community,” said Brendon Barber, Executive Director of Helping Hands. “We appreciate the support Reshonda Jennings, store manager, and Rochelle Geathers, Community Relations Coordinator, for their support in our community.”
“Georgetown Walmart is happy to serve the Georgetown County community in this way,” states Rochelle Geathers. “We are so appreciative of the work that Helping Hands does in our community.”