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Corey Sutton | Brekky

We have all seen a book exchange at the local bus stop here and there, in fact there is one right near the radio station (no good reads sadly but it’s the thought that counts). Have you ever seen a street pantry thought?

Jessica McClard was going for a jog when she ran past one of the library exchanges and had a light bulb moment: a little food pantry. So Jessica got out the tools and built a pantry that she erected out the front of her local church.

From there she filled it with food and other products that we take for granted so that those who are going without can come and take what they need. In no time she found that plenty of other people were filling up the pantry too, and more pantries were popping up all over town!

What a great idea; I believe Perth could do with a few of these around and about to help out those less fortunate.

More information: Little Free Pantry

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