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Not just a soup kitchen
Food For the Soul provides multiple services for those who need help
Food For the Soul (FFTS) Executive Director Darlene Thomas (first photo) shows off FFTS sleeping area. The shelter has some 20 beds, but in emergencies has space for people to sleep on cots if necessary. Thomas (second photo, far left), incoming board of directors chair Kim Gill (center) and incoming vice chair Robin McAlpine discuss the many ways FFTS helps the homeless, hungry and underserved population of Kershaw County. - photo by Jim Tatum
Food For the Soul (FFTS) has grown. FFTS opened its doors nine years ago as a soup kitchen and emergency shelter. It served meals four days a week and it also provided beds when the temperatures dropped below freezing at night.