MEDFORD, Ore. -- Building a Better Future regularly feeds the unhoused, and apart of its efforts toward reducing waste in areas where they feed community members is to give out hand stitched reusable napkins.
Maria Gerolaga says, 19 people would be needed to hand stitch 15 reusable napkins each, and another 19 people would be needed to volunteer to make or buy a total of 300 treat boxes for the unhoused and for fire victims.
Gerolaga says the non-profit has teamed up with community partners that also distribute food, like Rogue Food Unites.
She says she aims to have these napkins finished by Saturday, March 20th, which is the first day of Spring, and people can assist her by donating their time to stitch napkins, and by donating ribbon.
To reach out, you can visit the Building a Better Future Facebook page.