Have you ever seen one of those “Free Library” boxes around your neighborhood? Basically it’s like a big mailbox with a window that people fill with free books.

As people continue to isolate at home, avoiding crowded places like grocery stores, many of these little libraries have turned into little pantries.

Good samaritans everywhere are stocking the free shelves with essentials, from toilet paper to pasta sauce.

From San Fransico to New Jersey, the little free pantries are offering folks a helping hand in a time of need.

If you have a little free library or know of one in your neighborhood, consider stopping by today and dropping a non-perishable item in it. You never know who might need it.

Many of the pop-up pantries feature hand sanitizer, Lysol wipes, or soap for those worried about contamination.

Go Humanity!

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