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Free99Fridge fights food insecurity

by The 100 Companies

Wanting to make a real difference, this summer, Latisha Springer began Atlanta’s Free99Fridge. The  program places donated fridges around the community stocked with fresh produce, non-perishable items and personal hygiene items for those in need at no cost.

The fridges are protected from the elements within large wooden structures, made from scrap wood and other secondhand materials and painted by local artists. Volunteers maintain and stock each with excess from community restaurants, grocery stores and neighbors.

Free99Fridge is currently available in seven locations, including Best End BrewingHodgepodge CoffeehousePoor Hendrix, and more. Lend a hand by volunteering or donating.

Katie Cline, 360 Media, Inc.

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