run through her neighborhood one day. She noticed many of the tiny free libraries in her area and loved the idea of sharing items in communities.
From there, she wondered how she could apply this to other areas of need. Her mind quickly went to food insecurity, and the Little Free Pantry soon came to life.After getting the idea, she invited a few friends to help her build the first pantry.
They installed it in May 2016 at Food Shepherd Lutheran Church in east Fayetteville. Once the word about the pantry spread around the community, people of all walks of life visited the church.Read more on powerofpositivity.com