Source: cbc.ca, December 28, 2020
The outdoor fridge and freezer works in the same way as a little free library. People can donate or take some food from the fridge.
A community fridge built in Regina earlier this month needs food donations from local businesses, community organizations and members of the public, organizers say.
“Food insecurity was already a huge problem in Regina before COVID, and before COVID it was estimated that about 11 per cent of people in the city were experiencing food insecurity,” said Danielle Froh, an organizer of the Regina Community Fridge, which is located behind the Regina Family Pharmacy at 3037 Dewdney Ave.
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