'Little Free Pantry Built By Girl Scout in Augusta!'

Stories like this are close to my heart and it's so awesome! Plus, this girl has a good name to fit! Check out her story as to how she built the Little Free Pantry for her community in Augusta according to the Augusta Chronicle...

"When Hannah Huff saw a need in her community, she built a solution.
The eighth-grader at Riverside Middle School has spent the past few months building a little free pantry on the corner of Kings Way and Troupe Street near The Hill Baptist Church.
The project was part of her Girl Scout Silver Award, which encourages girls to choose an issue and improve their community.
Hannah’s mother, Joann, was working for the church when she was choosing her project and heard church members talking about little free pantries in Aiken.
After talking with Pastor Ron Jones, Joann and her daughter researched such pantries and decided to build one not only for church members but also for the broader community.
“They liked the idea of a little pantry, so my mom and I talked to them and we came up with a date to help come and figure out how to get together and figure out what design they wanted and what colors,” Hannah said of the church."

Love this idea, Hannah!


Photo Cred: Little Free Pantry


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