Indian Restaurant Installs Sidewalk Fridge to Hold Free Food for the Poor

Indian Restaurant Installs Sidewalk Fridge to Hold Free Food for the Poor

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Pappadavada Public Fridge - Facebook

One restaurant in India is making a difference for the hungry population of Kerala.

The tea café Pappadavada has installed a 24-hour running refrigerator open to those in need of a meal. The restaurant’s Facebook page issued a message to their followers asking them to help stock the fridge with any leftovers they can spare.

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The owner of the café, Minu Pauline, believes that not only will the installment be able to feed the homeless community in Kerala, but it will also teach citizens not to waste food or meals.

The fridge has been fondly dubbed Nanma Maram, meaning Tree of Goodness.

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Pappadavada plans to keep the fridge stocked with at least 50 meal packets a day along with the meals that their diners donate.

Previously, we have reported on the same community kindness sprouting in Spain, and also in Saudi Arabia.

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