We're Open To Serve:
Mondays 3pm - 5pm
Thursdays 10am - 12pm
Saturdays 10am - 12pm
Welcome to Our Home!
Thank you for visiting our site. We look forward to sharing our home with you. A home is a special place comprised of special people. Ours is filled with Sponsors, Board Members, Volunteers, Partners, Donors, Affiliates, Grantors, and most especially, our Clients. Our Clients are the hungry in Hall County, Georgia that we serve. They are the elderly, the unemployed, the underemployed, the disabled, the homeless, and so many more of life's courageous. We enjoy making their lives a little easier by providing nutritious grocery items and household staples.
We are an all-volunteer organization and we could not exist without the many services our volunteers provide every day. From picking up food supplies to inventory to stocking the shelves to delivery of our services, they are there. And, they are always there with a smile and a helping hand. Our volunteers are our inspiration!
BSA Troop 130 returned to the Pantry on June 22 to restock shelves in very hot weather. They were assisted by Kohl's associates in action. The Pantry proper is full and work can continue on the new shelving in the storage unit. It is truly a community Pantry. Thanks boys and Kohl's!
Harris products conducted a food drive where various divisions competed with each other to make donations and bring in food cans. They delivered to the South Hall Community Food Pantry over 700 pounds of food and a check for $541.00 dollars. This will go a long way toward fighting hunger in Hall county. Harris Products is a great partner!!
Oakwood Pool Opens May 23
You can get a discount at the pool by bringing a canned food donation. Come to the pool and feed the hungry. Last year, we received over 300 lbs. of food to support the needs of our community.
Scout Troop, Kohl Associates, and Two Churches Feed The Hungry
On Saturday, May 16th, the Boy Scouts from Troop 130 and five associates from Kohl's in Flowery Branch worked together with members from Christ Lutheran Church at the South Hall Community Food Pantry to provide food for the hungry of Hall County. They were joined by Kathy Prater and Bea Simmons of Flowery Branch United Methodist Church who picked up bread to use in their ministry of providing meals to those in need. It was a busy place as shelves were stacked and food was carried to cars. Community support such as this has enabled the Pantry to assist over 1500 individuals this year. What a great community to be a part of!
Redwine United Methodist Church Begins New Fourth Sunday Food Fest Ministry
Last November, Redwine United Methodist Church donated over 840 pounds of food through their new Fourth Sunday Food Fest Ministry. In December, they donated another 239 pounds of food! Thank you, Redwine, for the tremendous support!