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December 22, 2017
On December 12, 2017, members of Nelson Mullins Encompass volunteered at Harvest Hope Food Bank for its winter service project. Team members who participated were Sean Allen, Evan Benjamin, Mike Bigham, Ann Brock, Luke Fox, Saundra Gibson, Jeanne Howe, Jessica Joyner, West Lee, Kenya Lighty, Rick McGee, Zade Miller, Kim Patton, Clara Smith, and Augusta Thompson.
These volunteers packed produce, cakes, and other baked goods at Harvest Hope’s main location on Shop Road in Columbia. Additionally, the Columbia office donated more than 50 pounds of food and plastic bags.
The mission of Harvest Hope Food Bank is to provide for the needs of hungry people by gathering and sharing quality food with dignity, compassion and education. Harvest Hope began in 1981 as the result of a shared vision of business leaders and the faith community who set out to provide for the hungry in Columbia. Since then, Harvest Hope has increased its mission to feed the hungry across 20 counties of South Carolina. Harvest Hope distributed over 27.5 million meals last year and fed approximately 48,000 people a week.
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