TOTH Opens Little Free Pantry To Curb Hunger

This Little Free Pantry by Eagle Scout Prescott Moore is now available in the parking lot at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church for those feeling hunger. Courtesy/TOTH
By  The Very Rev. Christopher M. Adams
Rector, Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church

Thanks to the hard work of Eagle Scout Prescott Moore, Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church is proud to be the home of a Little Free Pantry.  Even though we live in a town blessed with abundance, hunger and food insecurity still afflict many beloved residents of our community.

Enter the Little Free Pantry. The Little Free Pantry is a grassroots movement that attempts to be a small safety net for those dealing with food insecurity.

From the Little Free Pantry website: “Who is the Little Free Pantry for? The LFP is for neighbors helping neighbors. In high poverty areas, the LFP is most often for those who are not easily able to meet everyday food and personal needs. In middle class neighborhoods, the LFP might stock after-school snacks for neighborhood kids or that “cup of sugar” you never have when you need it. In all places, the Little Free Pantry is for those who want and/or need to give.”

If you, or someone you know, struggles with hunger and food insecurity, please make use of the resources in our Little Free Pantry.  It is located in our Lower Parking Lot, facing Los Alamos High School.

There is no charge and no obligation to restock the pantry. We simply hope it helps you when you need it.

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