Volunteers in the Holly Springs Garden Club devote their time and expertise in planning, planting, maintaining, and harvesting the vegetable garden on the Food Cupboard property. This partnership produced over 2000 pounds of fresh food last summer for our local families in need. Can you help in the garden this year?
Work with others in our community and make a difference
Our volunteer Board of Directors, and many concerned residents, have come together to build the Holly Springs Food Cupboard as a local community organization to enable and empower our residents, business owners, churches, and civic organizations in helping to feed Holly Springs families in need. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need.
those in need
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Holly Springs FOOD CUPBOARD
Planning Committee: Sam Mathis,Tammie Sellman, Pat Haggard, Tim Morris (with his daughter Logan), Jen McCardle, and Jonathan Pierce (Mason Jar owner).
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Hunger isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round food distributions are so appreciated. Devote a morning to stocking our pantry and see first-hand how we help families.
The mission of the Holly Springs Food Cupboard is to provide supplemental food and referral assistance to those in need in the Holly Springs community.
Community partnerships are win-win associations that make our work possible, Organize a fundraising event with your organization to help us help others.
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On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Holly Springs Food Cupboard, thank you to each of you who have come today. To the volunteers, vendors and sponsors who have helped this all come together – thank you. To the very generous owners of The Mason Jar Tavern, Jon and Maggie Pierce, and to Jen McCardle who organized today’s Cook Out and the Tournament tomorrow — Thank You!
On Sunday, September 13, The Mason Jar Tavern turned into a fundraiser cookout with live music, a bounce house for children, various games, and an extensive silent auction. Pat Haggard, Co-Executive Director of the Holly Springs Food Cupboard, expressed her gratitude to all those that helped make this such a successful event: