Free food markets in Boston elementary schools
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One in seven people struggle with hunger in the US and rely on food banks and pantries. But there is still a stigma attached to turning to charitable organizations for food assistance. We recently saw a soup kitchen in Kansas City introduce table service to provide visitors with a more dignified experience. Now, Food For Free has introduced three monthly markets at elementary schools in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where low-income families can get healthy food for free, without the inconvenience or embarrassment of visiting a food pantry. The food markets are set up inside the school and include fresh produce, milk…
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