West Allis family starts community food pantry on front lawn amid Coronavirus need
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WEST ALLIS, WIs. (CBS 58) -- A West Allis family has turned their front lawn into a community pantry, after seeing the need that COVID-19 is causing.
Right off 78th and Beloit you’ll see their signs which read “Free” and “We’re in this together”.
When CBS 58 visited, they had several non-perishable foods, baby items and books.
They tell us people are only taking what they need, and many others are donating too.
“Some of them are scared to go to the grocery store, some of them don’t have anything," Donald Gall said about his family's pantry. "So we’ve got this thing open 24/7, it never closes. It’s on the honor system. We don’t ask anybody what they want, they can take whatever they need.”
If you’re in need, or you would like to give, you can click here for a way to contact the Gall family.