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Gleaning South Carolina's Fields

Society of St. Andrew volunteers bagging gleaned sweet potatoes during a "Potato Drop."
Society of St. Andrew youth volunteers gleaning a field of sweet potatoes.

Feeding the Hungry in South Carolina

The Society of St. Andrew (SoSA), the Nation's oldest gleaning organization, has delivered a total of 2.4 million pounds of salvaged potatoes and other food to the needy in South Carolina through their Potato Project. This has resulted in about 7.2 million servings of food going to South Carolina's hungry. Their two SoSA gleaning offices in South Carolina: in:

Gleaning in South Carolina takes place year-round as long as the weather cooperates. Most gleaning events take place on weekends where gleaners arrive in the fields around 9:00 a.m. and are on their way home by noon. The Society of St. Andrew's gleaning coordinator makes all arrangements with farmers and for produce containers and food distribution.

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