Feeding and Housing Kershaw County

Care. Share. Pass the Plate. YOU can make a difference. Thanks to generous donations and community support, Food for the Soul has served thousands of at-risk men, women and children in the fight against hunger and homelessness through hard work and Christ-like compassion.

At A Glance

Food for the Soul serves free, home-cooked breakfast and lunch four days per week at the Camden facility.
Food for the Soul serves meals to an average of 80 people per day.
In 2018, Food for the Soul served 24,000 meals.
Food for the Soul’s well-equipped facility is debt free.
Food for the Soul also operates an overnight shelter seven days per week with showers, and laundry services for men, women and children. 
On average, Food for the Soul houses 14 people per night in our overnight shelter.
In 2018, Food for the Soul sheltered 104 different individuals
FFTS is in compliance with all DHEC and local regulations pertaining to the services provided. 
The facility serves as an American Red Cross Emergency Shelter when called upon, and is approved by Kershaw County Safety and Emergency Services Department as a Special Needs Emergency Shelter.
100% of all donations go directly to support Food for the Soul and are fully tax deductible.