Walmart supports nutrition foundation

  • Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Caring and Sharing Inc.org announced today that it is the recipient of a $30,000 Walmart Foundation State Giving Program Grant.

This grant will enable Caring and Sharing to increase the amount of food it can give to the disabled and low income citizens in its program.

Caring and Sharing serves the following counties: Horry, Georgetown, Williamsburg and some of Florence.

In many of these areas the food poverty level ranges from 15.9 percent to 26.9 percent including disabled and senior citizens living on a very low income.

The Walmart Foundation grant will allow Caring and Sharing to be able to feed more people and help with emergency care for their clients so they do not have to go without food.

It is a member of the Low County Food Bank and also provides the USDA Comm. Food Boxes, from LCFB.

Caring and Sharing is also a member of Feeding America, the nationís largest domestic hunger relief organization.

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