Two new ways to give back to community | News Brief


Last updated 11/5/2021 at 10:54pm

St. Hilda St. Patrick Episcopal Church has recently installed a Little Free Pantry and a Little Sock Box. These are opportunities for the South County community to be involved in the support of neighbors. Boxes are available 24 hours a day and are near the church’s driveway on 152nd Street (at 52nd Avenue West).

The church has pre-stocked them and is looking forward to involvement from the community in keeping them stocked, especially as the weather changes and people’s needs increase. The boxes are installed and fully operational.

“I am so excited about these boxes going in – from the congregation’s willingness to make them available to the stunning food and sock drives we kicked off with,” said Rev. Joseph Peters-Mathews, vicar of St. Hilda St. Patrick. “I think this kind of caring for one another, letting people meet their needs and letting people just share with one another, is a great way to build community, love, and trust. I’m sure that those who need these resources will find them.”

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Anyone can give or receive from the Little Free pantry or the Little Sock Box, at any time. They are in the parking lot of St. Hilda St. Patrick Episcopal Church, 15224 52nd Ave W, Edmonds. Visit for more information


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