GREER, SC (WSPA) – Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is partnering with Harvest Hope Food Bank to hold a food drive to benefit federal employees during the partial government lockdown.
According to a GSP news release, the food drive will go to federal employees working on the campus.
Items — such as non-perishable food, household supplies, paper products, diapers and baby wipes — will be accepted starting Thursday.
According to the release, Harvest Hope will be setting up a weekly mobile pantry at GSP throughout the duration of the shutdown and passengers can also drop off items at GSP’s customer service desk near baggage claim.
Donations can be made Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. until the conclusion of the shutdown.
Monetary donations will not be accepted.
“Throughout the partial government shutdown, federal employees have worked tirelessly to
keep operations at GSP running smoothly,” Dave Edwards, GSP’s president and CEO,said.
“The food drive is one small way we can show our appreciation for their hard work and