Caring Corner Cube Gives Back To Those In Need

Food And Daily Esentails Loaded Inside For The Taking

DULUTH, Minn.

A West Duluth resident has started a new way to give back to her neighbors.

It’s called the “caring corner cube” and it’s located at the intersection of 8th St. and North Central Ave in West Duluth, the caring corner cube is full of nonperishable food items and daily essentials like shampoo and soap.

The idea is for those who need any of the items to take them with free will. Through donations from herself and others she will continue to fill the cube. Berg says the cube has received more generous donations than items have been taken.

“The donations have been amazing. My only concern is I’m not having as many people come take as I would have liked. I’m hoping for more of that in the long run is what I’m hoping for,” said Berg.

Berg saw the idea on Facebook and knew that it was something she could do in the Northland.

“We always donate and give. That’s one thing in our house that I believe, is that when you’re blessed you should donate. You should help out others because that’s what keeps America great is just being kind to each other,” said Berg.

Wendy says she will take any donations but request that anything dropped off isn’t past its expiration date.

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