HARVEST HOPE FOOD BANK INC
2220 SHOP ROAD, COLUMBIA, SC 29202 http://WWW.HARVESTHOPE.ORG

Total Revenue
$47,602,277
Total Expenses
$46,703,902
Net Assets
$4,400,543

Organizations Filed Purposes: HARVEST HOPES TOTAL MISSION INCLUDES EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRIES, CHILDRENS HUNGER RELIEF PROGRAMS, MOBILE FOOD PANTRIES, SENIOR HUNGER RELIEF PROGRAMS AND OUTREACH TO 549 AGENCY PARTNERS. THESE EFFORTS COMBINED TO BRING MEALS TO 2,217,336 INDIVIDUALS OR 857,484 FAMILIES IN SOUTH CAROLINA IN 2014. TO FULLY REACH INTO EVERY POCKET OF POVERTY IN SOUTH CAROLINA AND ENSURE THERE IS FOOD ON EVERY EMPTY TABLE, HARVEST HOPE FOOD BANK CONTINUES TO EXPAND THEIR HUNGER RELIEF MISSION AND HAS ONE GOAL TO PROVIDE 26.7 MILLION MEALS EVERY YEAR BY 2018. FOR EVERY DOLLAR DONATED WE CAN PROVIDE 5 MEALS AND 98 CENTS OUT OF EVERY DOLLAR (INCLUDING THE VALUE OF FOOD) PROVIDES FOR THE NEEDS OF HUNGRY PEOPLE.

HARVEST HOPE PROVIDES SUPPLEMENTARY NUTRITION AND MEALS TO HUNGRY CHILDREN THROUGH 2 PROGRAMS: BACKPACK AND KIDS CAFE. HARVEST HOPE ALSO SERVES SENIORS THROUGH THE CFSP PROGRAM IN ADDITION TO OUR OWN TOTES OF LOVE PROGRAM.HARVEST HOPE FOOD BANKS BACKPACK CHILDRENS FEEDING PROGRAMFOR SO MANY CHILDREN WHO ONLY RECEIVE NOURISHING MEALS WHEN THEY ARE AT SCHOOL, EVERY WEEKEND MEANS TWO DAYS OF HUNGER. AT THE END OF EACH SCHOOL WEEK, HARVEST HOPES BACKPACK PROGRAM GIVES AT-RISK SCHOOL CHILDREN A BACKPACK WITH ENOUGH FOOD TO PROVIDE SEVEN MEALS, SO THEY CAN RETURN EACH MONDAY NOURISHED AND PREPARED TO LEARN. HARVEST HOPE PARTNERS WITH FAITH LEADERS AND BUSINESSES THAT FILL THE BACKPACKS EACH WEEK, WHO THEN DISTRIBUTE THEM TO CHILDREN AT THEIR OWN SCHOOLS.TOTAL CHILDREN SERVED THROUGH BP PROGRAM: 28,795BREAKDOWN BY LOCATION:COLUMBIA: 21,478 (597 PER WEEK)PEE DEE: 2,589 (72 PER WEEK)GREENVILLE: 4,728 (131 PER WEEK)HARVEST HOPES KIDS CAFE CHILD FEEDING PROGRAMSAT KIDS CAFE LOCATIONS, HARVEST HOPE PROVIDES FOOD TO PARTNERING AGENCIES THAT IN TURN PREPARE MEALS AND SERVE TO CHILDREN AFTER SCHOOL. IN ADDITION TO THE BENEFIT OF NOURISHING MEALS, THESE SITES ALSO PROVIDE THE CHANCE FOR CHILDREN TO PARTICIPATE IN SAFE AND STRUCTURED AFTER-SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL, RECREATIONAL AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES SUCH AS HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE AND TUTORING. TOTAL CHILDREN SERVED THROUGH KIDS CAFE PROGRAM: 1,297BREAKDOWN BY LOCATION:COLUMBIA: 449 (12 PER WEEK)PEE DEE: 648 (18 PER WEEK)GREENVILLE: 200 (6 PER WEEK)HARVEST HOPES SENIOR HUNGER RELIEF PROGRAMSCOMMODITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM (CSFP) THROUGH THE COMMODITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM , HARVEST HOPE PROVIDES A MONTHLY NUTRITIOUS HUNGER RELIEF BOX TO LOW-INCOME PARTICIPANTS, THE MAJORITY OF WHOM ARE 60 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER, AT SELECTED FACILITIES. TOTAL SENIORS SERVED THROUGH CSFP PROGRAM=38,548BREAKDOWN BY LOCATION: COLUMBIA: 28,053 (2,338 PER MONTH) GREENVILLE: 10,495 (875 PER MONTH)TOTES OF LOVE HARVEST HOPES SIGNATURE SENIOR HUNGER PROGRAMTOTES OF LOVE IS A GRANT-FUNDED OR SPONSORED PROGRAM LAUNCHED BY HARVEST HOPE TO MEET HUNGER NEEDS IN AREAS OF THE PEE DEE NOT WIDELY COVERED BY THE CSFP PROGRAM. TOTES OF LOVE PROVIDES A TOTE BAG OF NUTRITIONALLY BALANCED FOOD TO SENIORS TWICE A MONTH. TOTES OF LOVE WAS LAUNCHED IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY AND CURRENTLY SERVES SENIORS IN SIX COUNTIES.TOTAL SENIORS SERVED THROUGH TOTES OF LOVE PROGRAM = 1,225 AT SIX SITES IN THE PEE DEE.

EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRIES (EFP)HARVEST HOPE HAS EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRIES THAT GIVE IMMEDIATE HUNGER RELIEF TO FAMILIES, INDIVIDUALS AND SENIORS WHO COME TO THE VERY DOORSTEPS OF OUR FACILITIES IN FLORENCE, COLUMBIA AND GREENVILLE IN NEED OF FOOD. ALTHOUGH THEY MAY ARRIVE WITH NO FOOD AT HOME, AFTER A BRIEF INTERVIEW PROCESS (OFTEN JUST THREE MINUTES OR LESS) HARVEST HOPES CLIENTS WILL LEAVE WITH FULL SHOPPING CARTS FILLED WITH A BALANCED AND NOURISHING SUPPLY OF FOOD TO LAST FOR AT LEAST TWO WEEKS.IN 2014 HARVEST HOPES EFPS DIRECTLY SERVED 263,628 INDIVIDUALS 5,420,842 POUNDS OF FOOD, ENOUGH TO PROVIDE 4,169,878 MEALS.EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY SERVICE BY LOCATION:PEE DEE4,235 FAMILIES SERVED11,005 INDIVIDUALSCOLUMBIA 79,380 FAMILIES218,204 INDIVIDUALSGREENVILLE12,899 FAMILIES SERVED34,419 INDIVIDUALSMOBILE FOOD PANTRIESFOR HARVEST HOPES MOBILE FOOD PANTRIES, A FLEET OF REFRIGERATED TRUCKS DIRECTLY DELIVER FRESH PRODUCE, HI-PROTEIN MEAT AND DAIRY FOODS, BREAD, PASTA AND NON-PERISHABLE FOOD TO REMOTE AND ISOLATED COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH CAROLINA WHERE FOOD SOURCES ARE SCARCE. HARVEST HOPE WORKS WITH LOCAL FAITH PARTNERS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS TO DETERMINE SITES AND COORDINATE REGULARLY SCHEDULED DELIVERIES INTO THESE POCKETS OF POVERTY.TOTAL HARVEST HOPE MOBILE FOOD PANTRIES DURING 2015 = 457 MOBILE FOOD PANTRY BREAKDOWN BY LOCATION:COLUMBIA: 392 FOR 2015 (AVERAGE 33 PER MONTH)REACHED 40,075 FAMILIES/98,990 INDIVIDUALSPEE DEE: 35 2015 (AVERAGE 3 PER MONTH)REACHED 53,111 FAMILIES/13,500 INDIVIDUALSGREENVILLE: 30 FOR 2015 (AVERAGE 3 PER MONTH)REACHED 4,128 FAMILIES/9,271 INDIVIDUALS


Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

Name Title Hours Per Week Total Salary
DENISE HOLLAND CEO 40.00 $173,673
JESSE PIKUS BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
LEE PALMS BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
ASHLEY RAWLS BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
STEPHEN MOORE BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
TUSHAR CHIKHLIKER BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
RICK WILDER BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
JONES DUBOSE VICE CHAIRMAN 0.50 $0
MARK ZION CHAIRMAN 0.50 $0
BRIAN BONNER SECRETARY 0.50 $0
MIKE FARMER TREASURER 0.50 $0
MICHELE STUDER BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
ROBERT GAHAGAN BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
DENISE WHITTINGTON BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
DAVIS BOURNE BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
COLLIN CRICK BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
CHARLES DUVALL BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
JIM ALBERGOTTI BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
CHARLIE GWINN BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
DREW WILLIAMS BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
VALERIE RICHARDSON BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
BRENDA SHEETS BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
BEN KELLY BOARD MEMBER 0.50 $0
STACY SHULER JR PAST CHAIRMAN 0.50 $0

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