“We are going to take it to those who need it. We are going to ask for help ourselves.”

The doors in the back of the East Market Street Seventh Day Adventist Church in Greensboro are propped open, and the early morning October sun is streaming in. Volunteers are bustling around, unpacking large pallets of tomatoes and apples and oatmeal as they are unloaded from the Second Harvest Food Bank truck. A woman stands by the door, and as neighborhood residents enter, she greets them warmly, sometimes with a hug, checking them in before they take a seat on the bleachers to wait for the food to be distributed. This is the fourth Community Cupboard at the Seventh...

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