Neighborhoods

Food Collection Points

We are happy to accept your non-perishable food donations at any of these locations on Saturday, October 24th between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. See a list of most wanted food items here.

We will not be distributing orange plastic bags for food donations this year. Food donations will not be collected from residential front porches like in previous years. 

Augusta

Golden Harvest Faith Food Factory warehouse
Address: 3301 Commerce Drive, Augusta, GA 30909
This is located near the intersection of Gordon Highway and North Leg

Warren Baptist- Student Ministries Building 
The Edge Parking Lot (located next to Augusta Hyundai car dealership)
3203 Washington Rd, Augusta, GA 30907

Evans

Riverwood Plantation- Barn Pavilion
5115 Riverwood Parkway, Evans, Georgia 30809
This is located directly across from Greenbrier Middle School

First Baptist Church of Evans
515 N Belair Road, Evans, Georgia 30809

North Augusta

Hammond Hill Pool
145 Cypress Drive, North Augusta, GA 29841

Aiken

Golden Harvest Aiken Warehouse
Address: 81 Capital Drive, Aiken SC 29803
This is located near the intersection of East Pine Log and Banks Mill Road

Mercy Church
2700 Whiskey Road, Aiken, South Carolina 29803

Participating Neighborhoods

NeighborhoodCounty
Aiken Estates (Conger Woods)Aiken
Bergen PlaceAiken
Cedar Creek CommunityAiken
Good Hope Farms RdAiken
Greenbriar SubdivisionAiken
Gregg’s Mill @ Horse CreekAiken
Hammond HillAiken
Hickory RidgeAiken
KnollwoodAiken
Palm Drive SouthAiken
Quail HollowAiken
River BluffAiken
Spring StoneAiken
The ColonyAiken
Trolly Run StationAiken
Woodside PlantationAiken
AmberleyColumbia
BarringtonColumbia
Bradford PlaceColumbia
Champions RetreatColumbia
Country PlaceColumbia
Eagle Landing /Eagle RidgeColumbia
Eagle TraceColumbia
Edgewood/ArrowheadColumbia
Grove LandingColumbia
Hardy StationColumbia
HighlandsColumbia
Hillbrook/Summerville WestColumbia
Jones CreekColumbia
KelarieColumbia
Kenton – RiverwoodColumbia
Knob HillColumbia
Lake Cumberland WestColumbia
MerrymontColumbia
National Heritage AreaColumbia
NorthridgeColumbia
One Marshal PlaceColumbia
Riverwood Plantation Columbia
ShadowmoorColumbia
SilverlakeColumbia
SpringlakesColumbia
Steven’s PointeColumbia
Stratford SubdivisionColumbia
Sumter LandingColumbia
Walton WoodsColumbia
WaterfordColumbia
WatervaleColumbia
WexfordColumbia
Whispering PinesColumbia
Windmill PlantationColumbia
Plantation PointLincolnton
Andrews BranchNorth Augusta
Foxchase CircleNorth Augusta
Hammond HillsNorth Augusta
Aumond Place/Murray HillsRichmond
HillcreekRichmond
National HillsRichmond
WindsorRichmond
WoodbluffRichmond

More It’s Spooky To Be Hungry® food collection locations coming in mid-September – stay tuned!

Virtual Food Drive

This year for It’s Spooky to be Hungry® , neighborhoods have the option to go virtual using an exciting new online fundraising platform. Setting up your team fundraising page is a breeze, and only takes a few minutes. Here’s how:

  1. CLICK HERE to get to the It’s Spooky to Be Hungry® Virtual Drive page.
  2. Next, you’ll click on “Create or Join a Team” and follow the prompts to create an account and then a team page. Here are step-by-step instructions: How to Create or Join a Team. Once you’ve created your Team Page, here is a resource that helps you learn how to manage it: How to Manage Your Team as a Team Captain.
  3. Join your own Team and invite your coworkers to do the same.

For more information, read up on these 6 tips to have a more successful food drive: 6 Steps to Being a Successful Fundraiser

Neighborhood Spooky Volunteers

For Neighborhood Spooky 2020, volunteers are needed on Saturday, October 17th. 50-75 total volunteers needed from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. This is “door hanger distribution day” for over 60 participating neighborhoods, in all counties (Aiken, Richmond & Columbia). Volunteers will walk door-to-door and distribute “It’s Spooky To Be Hungry” door hangers. 

  • Volunteers should be comfortable walking door-to-door for 3-4 hours.
  • Recommended age is at least 8 years old. 
  • Volunteers are welcome to bring their own wagons, bikes and golf carts, which have worked very well for this project in the past. 
  • Several neighborhoods will have steep, long driveways and might require volunteers walking 2-5 miles. 
  • Neighborhood size will also vary. Some neighborhoods might have 100 houses while others have 800. 

Some participating neighborhoods will not know their specific volunteer need until the last minute. After we assess the volunteer need for each neighborhood, volunteers will receive their neighborhood assignments A FEW DAYS PRIOR to Saturday, October 17th. Each neighborhood will have a designated captain/coordinator, who will greet volunteers and give detailed instructions or a map of the neighborhood streets. We appreciate volunteers being flexible with their neighborhood assignments. 

To sign up, registered GHFB volunteers can self-schedule online and select their preferred county (Richmond, Columbia or Aiken). Volunteers who do not have a login to access the GHFB volunteer calendar can register for one here.

Contact Us

Businesses, Churches & Civic Organizations
Julie Ferguson, Corporate Development Officer | jferguson@goldenharvest.org | 706-736-1199 ext. 214
Melissa Brown, Major Gifts Officer | mbrown@goldenharvest.org | 706-736-1199 ext. 217
Neighborhoods & Volunteering
Ann Malay, Volunteer and Events Coordinator | amalay@goldenharvest.org | 706-736-1199 ext. 236
Schools
Sara Carson-Mitchell, Project Support | smitchell@goldenharvest.org | 706-736-1199 ext. 233
Media Contact
Christina Alexander, Communications Coordinator | calexander@goldenharvest.org | 706-736-1199 ext. 230