How You can Help Feed Your Neighbors: The Little Free Pantries

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Just outside her house in North Seattle, my niece, Nicole, has been helping to feed her neighbors. She simply started collecting food and then setting it out for folks to pick up - whenever they wanted, no questions asked.

Little Free Pantries offer a zero-barrier access point to food to help fill the gaps in the food system. They support neighbors who are facing food insecurity while building micro-communities.

Little Free Pantries give neighborhoods and communities the ability to help fill gaps in our food system and are a no-barrier, 24/7 access point to food.

Find out here how to get involved with either your own Free Pantry or helping out in many other ways.

Hear my conversation with volunteers Nicole DeKay and Meaghan McClure:

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