Our Mission

Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen prepares, serves and delivers food to and for the hungry, seniors, sick/shut-in, homeless and poverty members of our community in Bluffton, South Carolina. We hope to one day provide a shelter and we need your help to continue to serve a very basic and critical need in Bluffton.

Our Mission

Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen prepares, serves and delivers meals for the hungry, seniors, sick/shut-in, homeless and less financially advanced members of our community.

Our History

Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen was established in 2011 to prepare home cooked hot meals for the elderly, sick, shut-in, homeless and poverty members of our community.

OUR IMPACT

Increased the number of hot meals during the pandemic to To-Go on Mondays and Wednesdays and still delivering to the sick, shut-ins and elderly on Wednesdays. Increased the outdoor Food Pantry from one day a week to Mondays and Thursdays.

*We hope you will consider getting involved and joining us. No time to swing by? Not to worry, you can still help. Please consider making a

donation today by clicking on this link.

SEAFOOD is provided by a local seafood company
SEAFOOD & VITAMIN D: DIETARY IMPORTANCE
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Hours of Operation: 

Monday 1 p.m.            
Food Pantry outside under portico
Hot meals to Pick up and Go

Wednesday 1 p.m.
Hot meals to Pick up and Go
Hot meals delivered

Thursday 1 p.m. 
Food Pantry and Fresh Fish

Last Thursday of each month 1 p.m.
Food Pantry and Outdoor Cookout (hamburgers and hot dogs) and sides 

Bluffton SC Community Soup Kitchen Story

President Biden‘s American Rescue Plan service project video of needed home repairs of African-American families living in Bluffton SC

A message from our Executive Director - Constance Martin-Witter

Each year the number of meals served and delivered by Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen continues to increase. At the end of our first year in 2011, we served and delivered 500 meals. Eight years later in 2020, we served and delivered 12,148 meals. Our challenges include paying for food and supplies and purchasing a building. In 2017, Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen applied and received the status of a 501(c)3. The Mission writes grants and applies for funding from corporations, foundations, businesses, churches, and private individuals to pay for food and supplies and to one day purchase a building.