Bluffton Self Help says its "food supply is dangerously low, and we are not able to adequately provide food to our neighbors in need."
The charitable organization that helps people in the community who have fallen on difficult times has issued a call for donations to restock its shelves, which "are practically bare," according to a news release.
Food donations can be dropped off at Bluffton Self Help, 29 Sheridan Park in Bluffton, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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