Join us for our Month of Service!

Every October South Carolina CPAs come together to promote and support a charity of their choice.

What’s Month of Service all about?

CPA Month of Service is your opportunity to showcase the impact you and your profession can make on South Carolina. Our Chapters are organizing incredible service projects that make it easy and safe to get involved.

Our focus this year is donating to local food banks and pantries. While that need is always present, the pandemic has made the situation even more urgent.

As our great state navigates the road to recovery, many retail, tourism and hospitality workers might not have jobs to return to for a long while; and the children who depend on school breakfasts and lunches no longer have the same access to those resources while they attend school virtually.

Let’s join together as a generous community of leaders who support our state.

Third Annual Community Connected Engagement Award

Community involvement is critical to making South Carolina better for individuals and businesses. SCACPA is a strong and vibrant community thanks to everyone’s hard work. That’s why in 2018 we launched our Community Connected Engagement Award. 

Congratulations to our previous winners for making South Carolina a better place to live and work. Read more about their awesome involvement:

Want to get involved with Month of Service?

Keeping safety and needs in mind, your local Chapters are partnering with food banks across the state to provide support and supplies to those most in need.

Details are rolling in about how your local food banks can either accept monetary contributions or if they accept donations of non-perishable items. Watch for weekly email updates from your Chapter leaders.

If your organization already has something planned for the month of service, email and tell us all about it so we can promote it on our social media. Don’t forget to share your pics and experiences on SCACPA’s social channels and use the hashtags #CPAsCare and #FeedSC.

NEW OPPORTUNITY: Are you willing to provide limited pro bono services between now and a Nov. 1 deadline? You can assist the SC Small Business Development Centers as they help small businesses and nonprofits compile the needed documentation and complete applications for the Minority and Small Business Relief Grant Program. Find out more here.

IN THE NEWS: “Harvest Hope Food Bank sees increase in demand, decrease in volunteers” (WIS-TV, Oct. 18)

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2020 Chapter Service Projects


Chester Mission Station
To make a monetary donation:
To drop off non-perishable items: Does not collect non-perishable items
For more details: 803.581.5890
Chapter Contribution: $200 

Hope In Lancaster (Lancaster County) 
Address: 208 Pageland HighwayLancaster 29720
To make a monetary donation: 

To schedule dropoff/pickup of non-perishable items:
For more detailsBekah Clawson, Director (803.286.4673)
Chapter Contribution: $200 

Hope of Rock Hill (York County)
Address: 411 Park Avenue, Rock Hill 29730
To make a monetary donation:
Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.Tuesday Evening: 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
If you are collecting non-perishable items: Read and then contact 803.328.8000 (After Hours HOPE Line: 803.328.8000 ext. 4) or
Chapter Contribution: $200 


Harvest Hope Midlands
(Serving Calhoun, Chester, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, Richland, and Saluda counties)
To make a monetary donation:
To drop off non-perishable items: Visit for full list of dropoff locations and acceptable items
For more details: 803.254.4432
Chapter Contribution: $1,000  

Golden Harvest Aiken
To make a monetary donation:!/donation/checkout
To drop off non-perishable items: Not accepting food drive collections at this time 
For more details: Aiken (803.642.2912); Augusta (706.736.1199)
Chapter will contribute $1,000  


Lowcountry Food Bank 
To make a monetary donation: 
To drop off non-perishable items: 2864 Azalea Dr., Charleston 29405, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 

For more details: or call 843.747.8146 

Volunteer opportunities: 
The Chapter will contribute $1,000 


Food Pantry at St. Matt’s 

To make a monetary donation: Make checks payable to St. MathewEpiscopal Church, with a note it is designated for the food pantry, and mail checks to 101 St. Matthews Lane, Spartanburg 29301
To drop off non-perishable items: Call 864.576.0424 for instructions
Chapter will contribute $125 

Total Ministries Food Distribution Center on Union Street 
To make a monetary donation: Go to for donation link
To drop off non-perishable items: Call 864.585.9167; hours of operation at 976 S Pine St, Spartanburg 29302 are Mon.-Thurs., 9 a.m.-noon; Go to for a list of food pantry needs 
Chapter will contribute $125 

Salvation Army Soup Kitchen in Gaffney 
To make a monetary donation: Call 800-SAL-ARMY (800.725.2769), or make check payable to Salvation Army, mail to P.O. Box 2087, Gaffney 29342
To drop off non-perishable items: For Food Pantry at 601 Colonial Ave., Gaffney 29340, call 864.489.2530, ext. 3, Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m.For Soup Kitchen at119 East Birnie St., Gaffney 29340dropoff hours are Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-1 p.m. 

Chapter will contribute $125 


Help 4 Kids
To make a monetary donation:
To drop off non-perishable items: 2523 Forestbrook Road, Myrtle Beach 29588
For more details: 843.651.4310
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-3 p.m.


Harvest Hope Pee Dee 
(Serving Chesterfield, Clarendon, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Lee, Marlboro, Marion and Sumter counties)
To make a monetary donation:
To drop off non-perishable items: 2513 West Lucas StreetFlorence 29501, Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Also visit for full list of drop-off locations and acceptable items
For more details: 8436610826
Chapter Contribution: $500. 

NOTE: The Pee Dee location does not have an emergency food pantry, but they have mobile pantries for distribution to rural areas


Meals on Wheels Greenville 

To make a monetary donation: Select online options at Or make checks payable to Meals on Wheels Greenville and mail to 15 Oregon St., Greenville 29605or drop off the check at 15 Oregon St. on Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 8 a.m. through noon.
To drop off non-perishable items: Meals on Wheels Greenville is unable to accept donations of food items as it is a partner agency of the Appalachian Council of Governments. However, Meals on Wheels Greenville does accept donations of unopened pet food (cat/dog) for its pet food delivery program. 

To volunteer: Contact Muriel Taylor at if you can work on their packaging line or with deliveries. You can review all volunteering options at
Email: Donor Relations Coordinator Rhonda Hovious at or 864.233.6565 ext. 215
Chapter will contribute $250 

 Meals on Wheels Anderson
To make a monetary donation: or make checks payable to Meals on Wheels Anderson and mail to P.O. Box 285, Anderson 29622
To drop off non-perishable items: 105 S Fant St., Anderson 29624
For more details: 864.225.6800
Hours: Mon.-Thurs8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Fri8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Chapter will contribute $250 


Meals on Wheels Upstate  

To make a monetary donation:
To drop off non-perishable items: 3420 Clemson Blvd, Unit 17, Anderson 29621
For more details: 864.210.8953
Hours: Mon.-Fri8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m.-noon
Chapter will contribute $250 

Development Department, P.O. Box 2420, Bluffton 29910
To make a monetary donation 
To drop off non-perishable items: Food items can be brought directly to Sheridan Park Circle, Suite 10 at the back of the building between 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Mon. -Thurs. 
For more details: 843.757.8000
The Chapter is donating $500. 

Sandalwood Community Pantry
P.O. Box 5061, Hilton Head Island 29938
To make a monetary donation:
To drop off non-perishable items: Food items can be brought directly to 114 Beach City Road, Hilton Head Island 29926 between 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays
For more details: Call 843.715.3583 
The Chapter is donating $500. 

Our Lady’s Pantry
30 Carolyn Drive, Beaufort 29907
To make a monetary donation: or mail checks to United Way of the Lowcountry, P.O. Box 202 Beaufort 29901
To drop off non-perishable items: Food items can be brought to 30 Carolyn Drive, Beaufort 29907 between 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Mon.-Fri.
For more details: Pam Price at 843.770.0107
The Chapter is donating $500.