Little Free Pantry Project underway in Cullman

Updated: Apr. 24, 2017 at 5:36 PM CDT
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CULLMAN COUNTY, AL (WBRC) - A local boy scout troop built a public pantry for about $600. It's called Cullman's Little Free Pantry Project.

Since April 4th, any person need can go to 4th Street Southeast in downtown Cullman and pick up canned food or cleaning products for free. All they have to do is select it out of a pantry.

While food has been donated, does the organizer fear someone stealing from the pantry who are not needy?

"If you do wrong it's going to come back and bite you. If it does that's on you. Our intentions were to help the needy. The people who really need it. If you need it? That's great. If you leave it, leave it," Martha Lawrence of Cullman's Little Free Pantry Project said.

Lawrence says more people in Cullman are interested in donating to the pantry and can visit their Facebook page: Cullman's Little Free Pantry Project.

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