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Share the Bounty Food Pantry - Salem United Methodist Church

We are a food pantry that is a ministry of Salem United Methodist Church in Simpson. We are located near Greenville in a community that is in a food desert. We love fresh food and try to reinforce healthy nutritious eating. We serve about 125 families twice a month, anyone in need. Many of our clients are seniors living on a small fixed income.

This listing was last updated Sep 21, 2022

Location & Open Times

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Please call first for non-scheduled times. Available at a variety of times on Fridays if you call first to arrange a time. Donations are at "the Hut", small white house across the street in front of the church or church office in the building next to "the Hut"

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 37 weeks ago

785 McDonald Street, Simpson, NC, USAGet Directions

  • 252-752-1273

  • Linda Marsal

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