Faith Farm founder Pastor Curtis Whittaker said: “We understand that people need food not only when they are on vacation. We want to be a consistent resource that provides
During the Facebook Live announcement, Whittaker and Faith CDC administrator Freida Graves showed the contents of the box. In addition to food, ordinary people can also obtain household and hygiene items, hats and gloves. The program is run by the Honors system and the program organizers require residents to receive only the items they need.
Whittaker also shared that he purchased two pantries to place on the farm, for a total of 10 pantries. His goal is to locate his remaining eight pantries in various locations around the city of Gary with the help of local businesses, churches and nonprofits. Those interested in having a pantry at their location should contact his Whittaker at 219-880-0850.
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