The Gullah Geechee people aren’t strangers to living off the land and consuming fresh, locally grown produce. They cherish their culture – from food and music to ways of life and their people. When the coronavirus pandemic reared its ugly face, Marshview Community Organic Farm sprang into action and applied for a Rapid Response Grant to deliver free, hot meals to seniors, children, and families at risk of food insecurity on St. Helena Island in Beaufort County.

“We are blessed to have such caring and compassionate supporters, who have not only opened their hearts but their wallets to help meet the needs of our community. When we pull together to help one another, we all reap a blessing,” said Sara Reynolds Green, owner of Marshview Community Organic Farm.

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