Danielle Froh knows the feeling of being unable to afford food.

While attending nursing school in Halifax, Froh needed to use her local food bank.

“So I’ve been there, and I understand kind of the shame that lies around food insecurity, and also some of the accessibility issues with food. So it’s important to me to help out any way I can now,” said Froh.

Inspired by a community fridge project in Calgary that allowed people to drop off fresh food or take what they need, Froh decided to start one up in Regina