Though Bluffton Self Help had a successful Christmas fund, the charity still has one big donation concern heading into the new year: Its food pantry is low. Non-perishable items are in short supply, as evidenced by the empty shelves surrounding volunteer Nancy Meyer in the organization's storage room.
Though Bluffton Self Help had a successful Christmas fund, the charity still has one big donation concern heading into the new year: Its food pantry is low. Non-perishable items are in short supply, as evidenced by the empty shelves surrounding volunteer Nancy Meyer in the organization's storage room. Jay Karr/The Beaufort Gazette
Though Bluffton Self Help had a successful Christmas fund, the charity still has one big donation concern heading into the new year: Its food pantry is low. Non-perishable items are in short supply, as evidenced by the empty shelves surrounding volunteer Nancy Meyer in the organization's storage room. Jay Karr/The Beaufort Gazette

Local charities look to new year for help in stocking up

January 02, 2012 10:12 PM

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