Freedom Kitchen & Closet

I met Rainie Murphy at the Sackville Youth Expo – an event Rainie, a volunteer with Knox United Church, founded with Jay Aaron, owner of Cape & Cowl Comics and Collectibles.

Canva & Sheryl, 2020

It was there Rainie spoke about a project she was working on – a food truck that would provide free hot meals once per week in Lower Sackville. The endeavor would hinge on volunteers and donors.

The help came quickly and Rainie is at the time of this writing, into the fourth month of Freedom Kitchen and Closet. Last Monday they fed almost 300 people.

Of course there are many volunteers and donors responsible for this amazing project – but there is something about Rainie Murphy that attacts supporters, that make one want to do what they can. Very special.

Apostrophes and Amperstamps. We can help.

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