Right now, the Town of Lexington is celebrating the season of giving with the 4th Annual Bountiful Harvest.
Serve and Connect
Law enforcement from across the state are hoping to strengthen their bond with the communities they serve through food. This morning, SLED, Chief Mark Keel and members of several law enforcement agencies announced a partnership with Columbia based Serve & Connect to expand the efforts of the Greg’s Groceries program.
On Tuesday, the non-profit Serve & Connect along with Columbia Police and Richland County deputies handed out turkeys and Thanksgiving produce on Sunset Drive.
Serve & Connect partnering with Midlands law enforcement to deliver Thanksgiving meals to hundreds of families
The local nonprofit, Serve & Connect, is partnering with law enforcement agencies in five Midlands counties to deliver Thanksgiving meals and produce to hundreds of families this year.
More groceries will soon reach the tables of needy families in the midlands. Today “Serve and connect” received a $75,000 donation from AT&T to expand it’s food donation program, “Greg’s Groceries.”
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)–A local organization is raising money to support the wife and son of a fallen Sumter County Deputy. Serve and Connect had raised more than $35,000 as of Friday morning to help the family of Corporal Andrew Gillette. Gillette was shot and killed in the line of duty Tuesday morning. Corporal Gillette will be laid to rest Sunday. …
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– A memorial fund has been set up to help the family of fallen officer Jackson Winkeler. Winkeler was shot and killed during a traffic stop Sunday while working as an officer at the Florence Regional Airport. ABC Columbia’s Tim Scott has more on how one Midlands Non-Profit leader is calling on the community to support his family…
Bountiful Harvest will take place at the Town of Lexington Municipal Complex at 111 Maiden Lane in Lexington Co.
The widow of a fallen officer reaches out to the victims of the deadly police involved shooting in Florence to aid in recovery through non profit organization.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)–Unfortunately, the Midlands has seen its’ share of flooding. Now, many local groups are taking action and helping out flood victims any way they can. ABC Columbia’s Angela Rogers takes a look at some of the groups heading up flood recovery. Categories: Local News, News, State Tags: Florence, Harvest Hope, Serve and Connect