Big Need Inspires San Antonio Artist To Do Something Small

“You know they have those library boxes that have been around for a long time, so that people can take a book and leave a book? Same concept, but with a food box.”

By Jack MorganApril 27, 2020 10:04 am, , , , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

The coronavirus crisis recently inspired a San Antonio artist to build something practical to help any neighbors in need.

Like most of us, Ethel Shipton has kept her eyes and ears open through the COVID-19 pandemic. One image in particular, she said, just haunted her.

“That devastating picture that made the New York Times and the national news of people waiting in line for the Food Bank,” she said. “Some people had been waiting in line since 10 o’clock the night before.”

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