One for the Cupboard

Messenger photo by Linda Dillman
Dozens of friends and family joined Cornersmith’s proprietor Carm Smith on her last “One for the Cupboard” walk for the Lenten season to the Canal Winchester Human Services Food Pantry on April 3. For five years, Smith sponsored the fundraiser, which involved a daily walk from her downtown shop to the pantry in an effort to collect funds and food for the needy. While a handful of people faithfully joined her every day, on the day before Easter approximately 75 people made the walk with Smith and helped bring the 2021 total for the food pantry to $2,969.58 and 682 items. Since Smith started the fundraiser, One for the Cupboard has raised $14,797.17 and collected 2,181 items.
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