Pearl’s Pantry: Upscale food pantry opens in Hickory Hill

FILE PHOTO: Families are feeding the homeless and hungry through "Free Little Food Pantries."

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A food pantry with an upscale feel is opening today in the Hickory Hill community.

SisterReach, a Black-woman-led nonprofit, launched Pearl’s Pantry to help low-income families and people in need, according to a release from the company.

The pantry provides a unique shopping experience in a safe, upscale environment similar to a department store or boutique.

Community members will be able to shop for clothing, food, hygiene products and baby needs - completely free of charge, according to the release.

The pantry opens at 9 a.m.

Make an appointment to visit the pantry here.

Community members will also have the opportunity to learn more about the work of SisterReach, as well as Pearl’s Pantry partners.

SisterReach was founded in October 2011.

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