With the holidays quickly approaching, I thought it would be neat to spotlight a local charity helping feed those in need.
Today on the show I was joined by Lisa Andrews, the founder of People’s Pantry Cincy!
People’s Pantry Cincy was made possible by a grant through People’s Liberty. They chose 10, low income, food desert neighborhoods to receive a mini food pantry. The pantries are made from upcycled single copy news boxes, donated by the Enquirer and the Cincinnati Herald.
They are then rehabbed and designed/decorated by local artists, girl/boy scout troops, local students (etc.) and placed near rec centers, gardens, churches and schools for safe access, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Lisa and her crew have one goal in mind: to nourish the neighborhood and make sure no one is without food or toiletries! If you would like to build or design a pantry for a neighborhood in need or find out where you can drop off some non-perishable items, they would love to hear from you!
You can contact Lisa Andrews directly!
OR follow them on FACEBOOK!
Thank you so much, Lisa, for helping those in need and teaching us all about your amazing organization!
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