mission-600x142For every bit that you do, or give, or sponsor, or fund, or share, on behalf of Bluffton Self Help, we are very thankful. With over 34,000 touch points in and around our community this past year, we hope to continue to earn your trust and loyal support.

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Hilton Head Hospital Collects Cereal for Those Facing Poverty and Hunger

Hilton Head Hospital Collects Cereal for Those Facing Poverty and Hunger

Special THANK YOU to Hilton Head Hospital staff and visitors who collected over 700 boxes of cereal to share with food pantries in the area.  Bluffton Self Help was the lucky recipient of 250 boxes and, believe us when we say, these boxes of cereal will go flying out our (more here)

St Francis Thrift Shop Helps Eradicate Hunger and Poverty

St Francis Thrift Shop Helps Eradicate Hunger and Poverty

The volunteers of St. Francis Thrift Store on Hilton Head Island work hard all year long to generate funds to support local nonprofit organizations.  This year the check presentation ceremony was held on Tuesday, June 21 and Bluffton Self Help was one of the organizations to be awarded funds. (more here)

Bank of America helps move local residents toward self reliance

Bank of America helps move local residents toward self reliance

Bank of America recently provided a grant to Bluffton Self Help in support of the financial workshops offered at BSH.  These workshops help move clients toward self reliance.  Thanks to their support, we can help our local neighbors move out of poverty and hunger and provide their families with a more secure fut(more here)

Bluffton Self Help is so thankful!

Bluffton Self Help is so thankful!

Women in Philanthropy, a fund of Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, recently announced grants totaling $83,000.  This group believes in self reliance.

Grants were awarded to five Beaufort County nonprofits whose services match this year’s theme — “Provide Safe Shelter for our Citizens: Crisis, Temporary, and Permanent.”

Bluffton Self Help received $10,000 to provi(more here)

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Most Needed Food Items

Our most requested Thanksgiving and Christmas food items include:

  • Frozen Turkey, Pork Butt or Ham
  • Canned Peas, Black Beans, Pinto Beans
  • Canned Yams
  • Dried pasta of all kinds
  • Boxed Macaroni & Cheese
  • Boxed or bagged Stuffing mixes
  • Canned Chicken Broth
  • Jarred Gravy (turkey, chicken)
  • Canned pie filling (pumpkin, apple, cherry)
  • Rice
  • Boxed Cornbread Mix or Biscuits
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Plantains
  • Frozen Yucca
  • Fresh Collard Greens, Fresh Cabbage
  • Roasting Pans

Our most requested non-food items include:

  • Disposable Diapers
  • Ensure food supplement
  • Paper towels
  • Toilet paper
  • Toothbrushes/toothpaste

Our pantry is often critically low. When you do your grocery shopping, please consider buying any or all of these items to contribute to the community food pantry. Click here to view our convenient shopping list.

Our most requested clothing items include:

  • Clean, seasonal clothing
  • All sizes are needed

Please avoid donating:

  • Clothes beyond repair
  • Mildewed clothing
  • Under garments
  • Bathing suits
  • Lingerie

 

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