Shelli Robb-Kahler, Sound Community Bank vice-president and Sequim branches manager, third from left, presents $3,000 to attendees of Olympic Unitarian Fellowship, from left, Greg and Vicki Sensiba, Dianne Whitaker and Florence Bucierka on Aug. 20 to help pay for the Little Free Pantry in Agnew’s new storage facility. Photo courtesy of Sound Community Bank

Shelli Robb-Kahler, Sound Community Bank vice-president and Sequim branches manager, third from left, presents $3,000 to attendees of Olympic Unitarian Fellowship, from left, Greg and Vicki Sensiba, Dianne Whitaker and Florence Bucierka on Aug. 20 to help pay for the Little Free Pantry in Agnew’s new storage facility. Photo courtesy of Sound Community Bank

Sound Bank donates to Free Pantry expansion in Agnew

Staff with Sound Community Bank recently presented $3,000 to volunteers with Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s Little Free Pantry, 1033 Barr Road, in late August to help with funding a new storage building.

Fellowship volunteers say the new building will house a refrigerator and storage space to expand offerings for the pantry, a little library, gifts for foster children and other future projects.

“Community is our heart at Sound Community Bank and we are thrilled to assist and partner in this building project,” said Shelli Robb-Kahler, Sound Community Bank’s vice-president and the Sequim branches manager.

“It’s been a wonderful collaboration to meet our community’s needs and feeding those in need.”

The pantry opened in September 2020 offering items 24/7 with the motto: “Take what you need; give what you can.”

To make a monetary donation to the Little Free Pantry, send support to: Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, P.O. Box 576, Carlsborg, WA 98234, with check subject line indicating “Little Free Pantry.”

For more information, visit olympicuuf.com, email to Admin@OlympicUUF.com or call 360-417-2665.

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