Free Food.
Comida Gratis.

A picture of a community pantry. It is bright yellow and stocked with canned and dry goods. Underneath in purple highlighted quote it states: "'Free99Fridge is a brightly colored, food-filled fuck the system.' - Latisha, Founder"
An image of the founder Latisha Springer painting wood to be used in a Free99Fridge housing.

Who we are

Free99Fridge is an Atlanta-based grassroots organization committed to fighting for food justice & addressing the needs of our neighbors through mutual aid. We provide high quality produce and non-perishable food at no cost to anyone who wants or needs it via our community fridge network. Our community fridges are stocked and maintained by volunteers, growers, and local businesses who see value in supporting their community. This is a community-run, community-backed effort. Our crew of volunteers make this project what it is. We are a solution-oriented collective aiming to build up community and end food disparities in Atlanta one fridge at a time. Join us!

Free99Fridge was founded on July 19, 2020 by our queen misfit, Latisha Springer, who is too busy making shit happen to write a bio right now.

What is a community fridge?

A community fridge is a refrigerator that is placed in a public space to enable food to be shared, at no cost, within a community. Anyone can take food out or put food in. This is a mutual aid initiative—not charity. What’s the difference?

Two people are in a warehouse painting a pair of fridges bright yellow.
The two fridges from the previous picture are seen. A person is sitting on top of them, adjusting the roof. They are preparing an outdoor shelter for the fridges in preparation for use outdoors.
The two fridges are now complete in their hut, stocked with food, and a dry goods pantry next to it. A person is kneeling, praying in gratitude towards the completed fridges and their free food.

The three main objectives of community fridges

1. Eliminate food waste;

2. Provide easy access to fresh, healthy food; and

3. Encourage people to connect with their community.

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The logo for Hodgepodge Coffeehouse. "COFFEHOUSE" circles a small building with the word "Hodgepodge" beneath it. The circle bottom reads "Atlanta, GA"
The logo for Best End Brewing company. It is a black circle with "BE" in stylized text angled slightly off-center. Above "BE" reads "BEST END". Below, "Brewing Co." can be read.
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The logo for Aluma Farm. It features two hands holding each other and between them is a bundle of greens. Above the hands is the text "Aluma Farm" and below "organically grown produce, Atlanta, Georgia".
Streetcat Media logo. This is "Streetcat media" written in a very sharp and jagged script.
The Souper Jenny logo. The words Souper Jenny encircle a cartoonish looking person. They have a Superman "S" on their shirt and have a checkered apron.
The logo for Community Movement Builders. An artistic spade sits next to an African-style script. The letter O is filled with green, the letter V is filled with yellow, and the letter D is filled with Brown.
The logo for Lost-n-Found Youth. "Finding Safety & Shelter for LGBTQ Youth" is displayed next to the image. The logo features "Lost-n-Found" in a rainbow gradient in a circle.