Savannah’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia looks to relocate, expand through grant

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America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia distributed 20 million pounds of food in 2020, a 24% increase in demand, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That increase along with limitations at the food bank’s President Street facility has led the nonprofit to set its sights on a new distribution center in west Savannah. 

“What it will allow us to do is provide a lot more food and services to the community because we’ll be able to accept a lot of food that right now we can’t because we just don’t have room for it,” said Mary Jane Crouch, executive director of Second Harvest. 

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