Fridge Locations

We have partnered with local businesses in Metro Atlanta to be location hosts for our solidarity fridges – providing space + electricity. Each of our solidarity fridge locations were painted and constructed by a crew of community volunteers working together using donated used refrigerators + donated and/or purchased building materials. 

Our community fridges are all planted outside of the business to allow 24/7, open access to free, fresh food. Anyone can put food in the fridges and anyone can take food out. We have removed all barriers and bullshit to helping those in-need by providing direct + immediate assistance. To share food with the community, simply go to a fridge and put the food inside (please be sure to follow our food donation guidelines).

Our fridges are filled and maintained by the community – FOR THE PEOPLE. FROM THE PEOPLE. This includes residents, businesses, nonprofits, churches, and more. To ensure our community fridges remain filled for our neighbors in-need, Free99Fridge also purchases food from grocery stores using monetary donations.

We call our fridges by their names as each is named in honor of a Black community family member whose life was taken tragically too soon. 

Our vision for Free99Fridge is that this social experiment will represent the challenges we must overcome as a society while being the manifestation of what’s possible when we all do a little.

For more info, see location details below.


An image of Korryn Shandawn Gaines in her car smiling with her son. She's wearing braces and her hair is braided. Her son has a red "Cars" hat on.

The solidarity fridge at North Decatur Presbyterian Church is named in honor of Korryn Shandawn Gaines (08/24/93 – 08/01/16).

On August 1, 2016, Baltimore County Police Department officers arrived at Korryn’s apartment in Randallstown, Maryland to serve her a warrant. Korryn was in the apartment with her five-year-old son and armed herself with a shotgun. A standoff between Korryn and police ensued. One police officer fired a shot and Korryn fired back with buckshot. Officers responded with three shots, hitting Korryn. Korryn’s five-year-old son, Kodi, survived being shot by police in the crossfire.

611 Medlock Road, Decatur, GA 30033