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Written by on March 5, 2021

Jammella Anderson next to one of her Albany, N.Y., food fridges. Most share the same inviting verbiage: FREE FOOD. COMIDA GRATIS (Photo credit: Naima Green for TIME)

Shenendehowa graduate Jammella Anderson, founder of Free Food Fridge Albany, is tackling food insecurity head on — providing thousands of local low-income families with healthy, sustainable meals. 

From TIME Magazine: “Anderson, who works as a part-time doula and yoga instructor, is here on behalf of the one-woman organization she launched in August, Free Food Fridge Albany —an ad hoc network of half a dozen publicly accessible refrigerators that local farmers, market operators, restaurant owners and individual shoppers stock with free food multiple times each day to serve hungry people in the community.”

Read her inspiring story in TIME’s latest Women and the Pandemic issue.