Sunday , April 22 2018

People Can Leave Products For Those In Need In This Little Street Pantry

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For some time, Little Free Libraries have been emerging in Fayetteville, Arkansas and a local jogger named Jessica Mcclard started wondering why they were such a success. “My feeling is little free structures both create space for neighborliness and address social problems,” McClard told Huffpost. This is how she came up with The Little Free Pantry initiative.

When Thrivent Financial funded her for $250, she set up her first free pantry next to the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fayetteville. The project became an immediate success. Now it has over 10K fans on FB and has already inspired others to build free pantries in South Fayetteville and Ardmore, Oklahoma.

More info: littlefreepantry.org | Facebook

When Jessica saw Little Free Libraries popping up in her town, she came up with an even better idea

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She built a little free pantry so people could leave food and goods for those in need

On the 10th of May she installed her first box next to the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

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