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Manna House food drive continues through October

The Manna House Ministries is continuing their Fall Food Drive this month and they encourage you to help your neighbors and friends that need extra assistance at this time.

Due to the destruction dealt to the area by Hurricane Matthew, many people need more help than ever.

“As we are in the recovery process from the storm, we pray for those that are still affected by it,” Manna House Executive Director Lisa Bush said. “God is still faithful in His protection and keeping us under His shelter through all of this. Many of our clients spent most of their money evacuating and will not have money to buy the necessities and food they need to survive.”

Donations can be made to Manna House at the following collection sites: A Guy, A Girl and a Red Door, Badcock Furniture (Rincon), Bank of America (Rincon), Bowen Refrigeration & Appliance Co., Boy Scout Troop 165, Carter’s Pharmacy, Cash & Loans of Rincon, Classy Nails, Domino’s Pizza (Rincon), Richard Taylor, D.M.D., Effingham County High School Clubs, Effingham County Recreation Department, Effingham County Sheriff’s Office, Effingham Health System, Effingham Herald, Effingham YMCA, Hamby Chiropractic & Wellness, Joe Marchese Construction, Metro Surgical (Rincon), My Eye Dr., My Sassy Sister Consignment Boutique, New Life Flowers and Gifts, Queensborough Bank (Rincon), Paul’s Automotive, Renasant Bank, Rincon Pawn, Rincon Urgent Care, Rutland Tire & Wheel, Salon J. Hair & Spa, Salon Retreat, Southern Designs & Signs, State Farm Rincon, Susie’s Little Shop of Hair Cuts - Barber Shop, Teach Right!, The Loft Café, The Rusty Nail Home Market, Title Max, Vision Financial Group and Zebra Graphix.

Manna House weekly hours are held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Manna House Ministries pantry hours are held from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. each day.