Group of Moms Turn Airbnb Into Food Pantry


Moms Turn Airbnb Into Food Pantry

A group of moms in Maryland worked together to help those in need in their community during the coronavirus crisis.

A group of moms in Maryland found a way to help their community during the coronavirus crisis. After learning that someone they knew had passed away from COVID-19, Diana Love and Amy Marshall were motivated to help. They turned a vacant rental property in Annapolis that’s used as an Airbnb into a pop-up pantry.

The women worked together and gathered donations, filling the house with diapers, baby clothes, books, and food. And they make weekly deliveries to families in need, gathering details to keep it as safe as possible, like not including peanut butter if a child has a peanut allergy.

“Moms are the ones who get things done,” Love says. “This is a bunch of moms taking care of each other.”


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