Non-Profit, “Hope of Rock Hill” Seeing More People in Need

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) -With the price of gas pushing close to 5 dollars a gallon in some parts of the Tri-County, nonprofit leaders say families are having to choose between buying groceries and filling up their cars.

A non-profit in Rock Hill says its seeing a 30 percent increase since this time last year in families and individuals needing food.

In the video above, CN2’s Renee O’Neil gets a look inside the Hope of Rock Hill warehouse as volunteers load up cars full of food.


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