GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Servant Center Pantry serves 400 to 600 people a month. It's not a big place with tons of money, so the nonprofit group counts on people like you to donate so it can continue to help others.

Shanna Reece, the Executive Director of the Servant Center and Jacqueline King, the Executive Director of Black Women Empowered Safe Haven talked about the need and a solution on WFMY News 2's Good Morning Show.

"The food pantry and grocery assistance program, places food in reach of those facing food insecurity," said Reece. "We have a monthly food bag delivery and distribution program for low-income individuals and families. We also provide assistance to homeless Veterans and those who need help filing for social security disability."

Organizations such as Black Women Empowered Safe Haven are stepping up to help.

"We know that after the holidays the food pantries are often depleted," said King. "We always do our food drive in January and February so we can help replenish them."

You can help by donating items to the Servant Center by dropping off food donations before the end of February. The Servant Center is located at 623 Eugene Court in Greensboro and they'll kindly take your donations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

For more information, call the pantry at 336-272-2680 or visit the Servant Center by clicking here.