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❱❱ New Seattle pantries fight food insecurity one fridge at a time

Powered by community, the refrigerators offer fresh food for those in need — no questions asked.

“It’s one piece of a whole system that’s needed,” volunteer Charlton says. But, she says, if a small collective can help, everyone can. The group is not a nonprofit or foundation, she points out. “We’re just regular folks that were like, this is something that we have the capacity to do, and there’s a need for it,” Charlton says. “So let’s just do it.”