Community Cupboard in Brentwood

LARRY KENNEDY/CTN

The nature-based learning center in Brentwood, called “A Place to Grow” has a Community Cupboard filled with different types of food and other products “just to get families through a crisis or hard times”. People have been stopping and just leaving items and others are in need to take and use – most will return the favor at some point, they call it immediate use. Some of the items include diapers, toilet paper, pasta, rice, ramen noodles, cereal, and granola bars. Canned goods and liquid products are kept inside the school, which is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. A Place to Grow is located at 436 Route 125 in Brentwood. The cupboard was made and donated by builder Garry Perkins. Pictured above is Jennifer Briggs, owner/director.

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