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We can help

  • Food: Our food supply comes from local merchants, church and school groups, scouts, and other organizations, as well as individuals. Cash donations are used when purchases are necessary.

  • Clothing: SGL volunteers receive, sort, and organize clothing donated from local churches, individuals, and merchants making it readily available to needy persons within our service area.

  • Financial Assistance: When it is deemed appropriate and funds are available, limited financial assistance is given in the areas of electric bills and prescriptions. Electric bills must have final notice on the bill. 

  • Spiritual Support: SGL constantly strives to convey a loving spirit and offers prayers with the clients, gives them Bibles, and encourages affiliation and participation in local church services and activities.

Eligibility

To be eligible for assistance, you must reside in one of the following zip codes – 29063, 29210, and 29212 and be interviewed by a staff member. You must provide a current picture ID showing that you reside in our service area and have proof of a current address. You may receive food and clothing once a month, if needed, and financial assistance once a year. We do not assist with rent or water bills.   

You need an appointment to receive assistance. To make an appointment please call 803-732-3188 and leave a message with your name and a good contact phone number. Your call will be returned during normal business hours;  Monday-Friday, 9am-12 noon.

 

Updated information on the Senior Resources Meals on Wheels of Richland County.
All Seniors, 60 and up, are eligible, not just those currently signed up with Meals on Wheels.

Pickup days and times will be Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

To receive a meal you must:
– Must be a senior citizen (60+) or taking the      meal to a senior
citizen and be a resident of Richland County.
– Must provide name, address and phone number at pickup.
– Only 2 meal packs allowed per car. Each Meal  Pack is 5 meals total
– Individuals are only permitted one pick-up per week.
– Each individual must show a state issued ID.

Our Zip Code pick-up areas:

– Richland Library St Andrews – Mondays
2916 Broad River Rd, Columbia, SC 29210
– Richland Library Ballentine – Fridays
1200 Dutch Fork Rd, Irmo, SC 29063

For more information and other pick-up locations, go to SeniorResources.org 

 For Lexington County Seniors: 

The Meals on Wheels operated by Lexington County Recreation & Aging Commission is still running on a normal schedule.

Wednesday Pick-up: Seven Oaks Park, 200 Leisure Lane, Columbia 29210 (ICRC)

1. 60+ years with valid SC ID (or person picking  up the food for a Senior).

2. One package containing 5 meals.

3. One package per week -2 meal recipients per car.

4. Line may begin at 9:30am with distribution starting at 10:30am.

Please go to their website here for more information.

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Senior Farmers Market is a seasonal USDA grant program to provide fresh and nutritional fruits and vegetables from local farmers markets. For more information please click on  this link Food and Nutrition Programs