Since January of 2000 we have served
more than 200,000 meals and counting.
20 Years and counting
For more than 20 years Friendship Place has been providing hot meals to the community. In a safe, secure and friendly environment, we serve our neighbors suffering from food insecurity a nutritious meal. There is no means of testing or qualifications for a guest to join us. All we ask is that you act like a guest in our home and we will treat you like a guest in our home.
If you would like to volunteer your time and talents in the kitchen, please contact Kelley Brinson at 843 545-1115 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friendship Place operates a DHEC inspected kitchen. All volunteers are required to complete the ServSafe Basic Food Handlers Online Course. The course is approximately 3 hours and costs $15. If you like Friendship Place to cover the cost of the course please contact Kelley.
Prior to volunteering, people interested in volunteering need to come into Friendship Place to complete an Information Form and a South Carolina Law Enforcement Division Background Check.
Meals are served Monday – Friday from 11am – 12pm at 1905 Front Street in Georgetown (Back of St. Cyprian’s Outreach Center).
Due to COVID, all meals are served “to go” and first come first served. No means of testing or identification is required.