Hope of Rock Hill working to meet demand of those in need

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – Hope of Rock Hill, a nonprofit that helps families in need says it needs donations because it’s seeing more people now who are hungry than during the COVID Pandemic.

The record numbers hitting close to 1,000 families a month.

CN2’s Renee O’Neil getting a look inside the need as volunteers work hard to meet the demand.

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