The Sunday Love Project free grocery feeds Kensington Download

29:36 Download April 25th

Margaux Murphy, Founder and Executive Director, The Sunday Love Project discussed their free grocery store, Greater Goods, which serves the neighborhood of Kensington.  We talked about the image of the community, and the many families and older residents who call it home.   

Sunday Love Project, through grants, donations and volunteers, focuses on these families in Kensington and ensuring they have enough to eat.  Only requiring ID and a bag for the food, area residents are issued ‘chips’ to use as currency to select and ‘buy’ their groceries.   Volunteers accompany them pointing out the best buys and making suggestions for healthy choices.  Children are given a mini-cart to help their family shop.  The store is full service,  also supplying cleaning products, baby needs, toiletries and women’s personal care supplies.   In addition to the grocery store, Sunday Love Project opens its adjacent store Saturdays for community activities, including thrifts and kids programming. 

Donations and volunteer hours are needed, and Margaux asks that any caring, non-judgmental individual go to their website to see how they can get involved. 

Greater Goods is open Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm. No appointment needed. Our only requirements are to bring ID the first time, and to bring a bag for groceries.

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