Lions Club Donation
Diamondhead Lions Club President Carl Necaise presents a $1000 check to Jim Collins, Executive Director of the Hancock County Food Pantry. These funds were part of the proceeds from the Third Annual Walk for Sight held this past October.
Holy Trinity 4th Grade Hosts Food Fight
MGM Resorts Grant
Pictured from back left are Beau Rivage cast members Marie Twiggs, Johnnie Mae Applewhite, Lisa Labat and Roxann Reeves. From front left are Jim Collins, Executive Director of the Hancock County Food Pantry, Marcie Baria, Chairman of the Hancock County Food Pantry Board of Directors, Sarah Cormier from Beau Rivage and John Wittliff, Treasurer of the Hancock County Food Pantry.
Boys and Girls Club Food Drive
When the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Gulf Coast, Hancock County Unit, learned that the Hancock County Food Pantry was in dire need of donations, the teen members of the Keystone and Torch Clubs – BGC’s internal Leadership Clubs - organized a club wide food drive to help fill the supply gap.
The Boys & Girls Club members were able to fill several large tubs with 289 pounds of non-perishable food items. Members of the Keystone and Torch Clubs also visited the Food Pantry and helped with the unloading of supply trucks as part of their Community Service commitments.