Loaves & Fishes Blog

Change Gets Personal

After having our administrative offices housed in St. Luke’s Lutheran Church for 23 years we have moved to new offices in our expanded warehouse space. I’ve been surprised at how hard change is in so many ways. It’s ironic because I have spent the better part of the last ... read more

While It’s Not Extreme Couponing….

Coordinating the work of 19 food pantries has a lot in common with running any household. We feed thousands of people instead of a single family, but the economics are very similar. Grocery and transportation prices are up and requests for help continue. We at Loaves & Fishes d... read more

Worth More Than A Can of Water Chestnuts…

This summer, we have been blessed to have Anslee Boozer blog about her experience as an intern with Loaves & Fishes. It seems as though even when our shelves are full, our refrigerators are often empty. After transitioning to the Client Choice model no one seems to be select... read more

Joy On Aisle Two

We are lucky to have Anslee Boozer interning with us this summer. A rising sophomore & communications major at Furman University, this is Anslee's second blog about her experiences with Loaves & Fishes!  Thursday afternoons may be the highlight of my week. I step out... read more

Summer Shopping: What’s In Your Cart?

Welcome our guest blogger Anslee Boozer. A rising sophomore and communications major at Furman University, Anslee is interning with Loaves & Fishes this summer.  We are delighted that Anslee will be writing blogs for us throughout the summer. We are so lucky to have her! ... read more

All Things Made New

We have had a springtime transformation at our pantry on The Plaza.  They have operated for 12 years out of a truly small church pantry.  With the help of a generous anonymous donor, a much larger space has been deconstructed and reconstructed.  The pantry is now light, airy a... read more

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