Gleaning House needs help feeding hungry

By Iva Stratton
Courier staff

PICKENS — There are people in Pickens County going to bed hungry tonight. Gleaning House Ministries is trying to prevent that by helping those in need.

GHM serves 250-300 families each week on Tuesdays from 9:30-11:15 a.m., providing groceries for the needy in our community.

The need for food for families — especially families with children — has grown

tremendously in Pickens County. Many parents have had children with families

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During the summer month’s many student volunteer their time to help those in need at Gleaning House Ministries.

move back in with them. The GHM now serves many families with 8-10 people in the same household.

Financial help is always appreciated. The ministry is a totally faith-based program with an all-volunteer staff. GHM has served those in Pickens County for the last 17 years.

During the summer, the program enjoys the help of many students as volunteers,

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