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Food Pantry Open Limited Hours from 10am – 12:30pm

The JBC Cares, Inc. Food Pantry located on the campus of Jerusalem Baptist Church Hopkins, 1051 Clarkson Road, Hopkins SC is open with limited hours at this time. To assist our community and clients, the pantry will be open from 10am to 12:30pm with drive up service only.   Clients will pull up their vehicles and…

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JBC Cares Wins Food Lion Pantry Makeover

JBC Cares, Inc. Food Pantry is honored to be a recipient of the Food Lion Pantry Makeover Initiative.  Along with 30 other pantries across the nation, Food Lion Inc. and its associates are volunteering their labor and resources to renovate and help us expand the capacity of our food pantry in order to better serve…

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Food Pantry Donations Needed

JBC Cares, Inc. will hold the soft opening of the new Emergency Food Pantry located  on the campus of Jerusalem Baptist Church, 1051 Clarkson Road, Hopkins SC 29061.  The pantry will be open from 10 am. until 2 pm each Thursday for distribution. The Emergency Food Pantry is designed to provide food to local families…

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