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Churches Unite to Collect Food Surplus for the Homeless

To addition to creating local wealth with local skills and assets, sustainable communities must also organize themselves to identify surpluses in the economy that can be collected and redistributed instead of being wasted. Ten churches in Atlanta have united under the name of of Love Ministries – Atlanta to collect food from grocery stores that is about to be thrown away and to prepare hot meals distributed twice a week in a neglected neighborhood of Atlanta.  The homeless patiently wait in line while volunteers from the ten churches prepare individual portions.

 

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