Financial Supporters

Second Helpings is able to help thousands of people a week because of the generosity of donors like you.  Foundations, civic organizations, churches, thrift stores, and individual donors all support our food distribution program. We are grateful for the help and couldn’t do it without you!

Our financial partners help us provide much needed fresh and nutritious food to those experiencing chronic hunger or those newly pushed into poverty. People like Ralph N., who visits St. Andrew-by-the-Sea Soup Kitchen on Hilton Head is an example.  Ralph states

“This is not your typical soup kitchen. This is a place I can eat a meal in peace  and with dignity.  I come for lunch when I’m in town for work. I travel from northern Beaufort county on a bus and I don’t make a lot of money.  By eating lunch here, I can save some money and use it to pay for groceries and rent.”

Full Plate Donors

Other Generous Donors

  • Catholic Chapel, MCRD Parris Island
  • Colleton River Plantation Club Operation Santa Claus Fund
  • Community Foundation of the Lowcountry
  • St. Francis Thrift Store
  • Hampton Lake Tiger Bass Race Charitable Fund
  • Breedlove Foundation
  • St. Luke’s Church
  • The Church Mouse Thrift Store
  • Calhoun Station
  • Wexford Plantation Community Foundation
  • Rotary Club of the Lowcountry
  • HH Area Association of Realtors
  • Hilton Head Island Fire Fighters Association
  • Long Cove Community Foundation
  • Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation
  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
  • Junior Service League of Beaufort
  • Belfair 1811 Charitable Fund
  • Lowcountry Ministries Fund – Palmetto Project
  • Berkeley Hall Charitable Foundation
  • Hilton Head Firefighters Association
  • Friends of Callawassie Island
  • Sisters of Charity
  • St. Peter’s Catholic Church – A Light for Beaufort
  • Sun City Community
  • Beaufort County Community Services
  • Winthrop Family Fund Grant Award

Corporate Sponsors

Our corporate sponsors are essential partners in the work to end hunger in our community. Advertising on our trucks, event sponsorships or in-kind donations is just some of the ways these businesses help our program. Becoming a Second Helpings corporate sponsor links your business to one of the most reputable and trusted nonprofits in the SC Lowcountry. In fact, the SC Secretary of State gave us the Angel Charity Award because over 80% of donated resources go directly to our food program. We appreciate their financial support and civic-mindedness.

To learn more about how your company can help fight hunger in the community through our corporate sponsorship program, please contact Lili Coleman, our Executive Director at 843-689-3689 or .