One Generation Away is bringing its Mobile Pantry back to Ashland City to share groceries with anyone in need.
The nonprofit organization brings tractor-trailers full of fresh produce, dry goods, bakery items, dairy, and more to different locations throughout Middle Tennessee and gives them to individuals and families in need through a drive-thru model. The best part? No registration is required, and there are no qualifying questions asked.
“We want to be available to anyone who needs a little support as they go through a tough time or are just getting their footing in this new season,” said Chris Whitney, founder and CEO of OneGenAway. “That’s why we open our Mobile Pantry to anyone — no need to share your address, income, ID or anything.”
The drive-thru Mobile Pantry will take place at the Ashland City Elementary STEM Academy parking lot at 108 Elizabeth Street from 8:45 to 10 a.m., or until all the food has been given away. Volunteers are encouraged to arrive at 7:30 a.m. to help sort and distribute the food.
OneGenAway operates its Mobile Pantry nearly every Saturday in a different location. To learn more about OneGenAway and its food assistance programs, visit www.OneGenAway.com.