The Food Pantry is funded by St. Mary's on the Hill from Augusta, Georgia, Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Vidalia, and the Toombs, Montgomery and Wheeler Counties United Way. We provided food baskets to over 400 families monthly. Our curbside distribution has been a new way to continue serving our communities in times of need.
Southeast Georgia Communities Project, Inc. also hosts a monthly food distribution at th4e Ag Center with the help of 25 volunteers who come and make this possible. this food distribution feeds 1,500 local residents.
Monthly clothing give-a-ways are set up to help struggling families and their loved ones. This service is based on community clothing donations.
SEGCP is a volunteer organization and that is managed by two admin part-time managers and 30 committed volunteers including there Board of Directors.
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THANSKGIVING BASKETS SPONSORED BY SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOUTHEAST GEORGIA COMMUNITIES PROJECT, INC.
These baskets go out to families who have suffered a tragic event during the year or who have been identified as a needy family.
We are blessed to work with Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Vidalia, Georgia.
We would like to thank Toombs Montgomery Wheeler Co. United Way for there generous contribution of deep freezers for our pantry and other needed supplies and equipment for our Food Drives.
Without the support of so many donors, we could not provide all these needed services to our community.
MONTHLY CLOTHING GIVE-A-WAYS
Scheduled clothing give-a-way is scheduled for November 18, 2023.
Clothing, shoes, dishes, fans, decorations, and a lot more.
Our agency could not meet the demands for emergency food and clothing assistance, utility assistance, medical transportation, interpretation and so much more without the support from our community.
Thanks to DOT Foods for all their support and donations to our efforts. DOT foods provided a food grant of $8,000.00 to help us with our community food baskets.
Thanks to Molina Health Foundation for helping us to help many keep their Medicaid, food stamps, and provide much needed transportation to medical appt. and interpretation for those with Limited English proficiency.