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 meals served/delivered. In year 2018, the mission served/delivered 11,270 meals. In year 2019 the mission served/delivered 14,359 meals. An increase of 3,089 meals.

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, the link is at the bottom of this page.

Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen (BCSK) is the only nonprofit in the Bluffton community providing Free Lowcountry cuisine Hot Meals delivered to the homes of sick/shut-ins, seniors, children, residents without transportation and the working poor. Hot food is available Monday and Wednesday at 1:00 pm outside of Campbell Campbell Chapter AME Church (CCAME)

Let’s Break Bread, “Together” Thanksgiving 

We invite you to join our holiday project Let’s Break Bread, “Together”

BCSK will prepare a traditional Lowcountry holiday meal the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Wednesday before Christmas at 1 PM 
Wednesday, November 25, 2020 1:00 pm at Campbell Chapel AME Church
Wednesday, December 23, 2020 1:00 pm at Campbell Chapel AME Church 
MENU: ham, turkey, rotisserie chicken, shrimp, fish(whiting) fresh: collard greens, string beans, corn, orka, peas, dressing, rice, gravy, bread and banana pudding.
Volunteers are welcomed, and should e-mail Constance Martin-Witter at sesconnie@gmail.com
Monetary donations and/or purchases are welcomed:
PO Box 993 Bluffton SC 29910

The Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen helps feed those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Link to WJCL 22 News

A message from our Executive Director - Constance Martin-Witter

Each year the number of meals served and delivered by Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen continue to increase. At the end of our first year in 2011, we served and delivered 500 meals. Seven years later in 2019, we served and delivered 14,359 meals. Our challenges include not having a dedicated van for our home meal deliveries and paying for food and supplies. In 2017 Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen applied and received the status of a 501 (c)3. The Mission will write grants and apply to receive funding from corporations, foundations, businesses, churches, and private individuals to purchase a dedicated van, a building and to pay for food and supplies.
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Please consider making a donation today or coming to meet us and get involved.
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                                                  Some of our many wonderful Volunteers                                                

 

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