Please note that converted / fabricated containers are only available in East Africa and Middle East.

Reefer Containers involved in Hydroponic Strawberry Farming


From automotive engineer in Germany to hydroponic farmer in Dalton, South Africa, Florian Boeger followed a calling in December 2019 and has experienced the continual adventures associated with farming and the country. 

“My wife is South African, and we had lived in Germany for eight years before we both felt the Lord’s calling to help at the family farm. The Highland Farming Trust was starting a strawberry hydroponic farm in the Wartburg area of KwaZulu-Natal, and we wanted to assist,’’ explains Florian. “Despite enduring the pandemic and riots, we have no regrets – this is where we are supposed to be.’’ 

The first strawberry season started in June 2021 and harvesting took place a few months later. The Highland team is constantly producing and harvesting, which is the joy of hydroponic farming. 

Strawberry farming

Being new to the industry and the country, Florian says they wouldn’t have been able to achieve what they have without the support of the farming network in the area. “They are an incredible community to be part of and everyone rushes to help whenever and wherever it is needed.”

This is how he heard about refrigerated containers, known as reefers. Someone from the area gave us Almar Container Group’s contact details to meet our refrigeration requirements. The Almar team supplied us with a leased 6m reefer in excellent condition.


“Having not experienced a harvest before, we weren’t sure what the requirements would be, but a 6m refrigerated container was ideal. Initially, we thought the temperature would need to be about 2 degrees while between 8 and 10 degrees is the perfect temperature. The airflow going through the crates is good, and because we take crates in and out of the reefer, Almar organised strip curtains for the entrance to help maintain the temperature.” 

“Being able to rent a reefer meant that we could keep it for as long as we needed and having technical support from Almar for the duration of the lease, meant one less thing for us to worry about,’’ concludes Florian. 

For more information on refrigerated containers, chillers, or freezer containers, please contact Nikki White at Almar on 086 001 7476.

Commercial Greenhouse

The Benefits of Hydroponic Farming 

Saves space – Hydroponic systems give water and nutrients straight to the roots, so they don’t need to worry about spreading. Less spreading, more space!

Conserves water – With hydroponic systems, water is delivered in a controlled way, saving you close to ten times as much water as traditional farming.  

Faster plant growth – Because water and nutrients are delivered straight to the roots, plants grow 30 to 50 percent faster than those grown in soil. 

Allows for indoor farming – Growing year-round is just one of the many advantages of indoor farming. Farmers get to control temperature and climate while reducing the chances of pests and other environmental problems. 

No soil erosion – agricultural practices have eroded half of the plant’s topsoil in the last 150 years which leads to increased pollution, sedimentation in streams and rivers. This is avoided with hydroponic farming.

Almar Celebrates Kevin Benkenstein’s Munga Win

Kevin Benkenstein's Munga Win

The Munga – A 1,000km plus bike race across the arid Karoo, South Africa, in Summer.

“You can’t think about the race as a whole – you have to divide it up and do one task at a time. No one trains to cycle 1 154kms in one go. You absolutely need to be able to pedal, but it also requires strategy and mental strength, maybe even more than physical strength,” explains Kevin Benkenstein, winner of the Munga off-road event which took him and the other finishers from Bloemfontein to Wellington.

With five other Munga’s under his belt, Kevin used his experience to take first place on his sixth attempt. He covered the 1 154km in 57 hours and 13 minutes, with a few naps and rest stops included, finishing three hours ahead of second place and taking 20 hours off his first Munga finishing time.

Kevin Benkenstein at the start of the Mungu race

“About 170 cyclists start the race and 110 made it to the finish line. After the first 50kms the race starts to split up a bit and divide up into groups of five and ten. As the race goes on the distance between cyclists gets greater and generally, riders are in ones and twos. Drafting is not allowed after the first 225km and so the battle becomes far more individual from that point.” Kevin ended up doing the last 300kms on his own, as he made a break for the finish through the Tankwa Karoo.

“Being alone with your thoughts for a long period of time, especially during the night, is really challenging and after the race, it takes a couple of days for you to think clearly again. Throughout the race, you need to listen to your breathing to assess your body and fatigue and force yourself to eat and drink too because it is the last thing you feel like doing in the hot, dry climate. Keeping yourself focused and ‘on it’ for such a long period really fatigues your mind, and for me, that is the hardest thing to both do and to recover from.”

However, according to Kevin, another mammoth challenge is sleep deprivation. He only slept for 90 minutes in total, 60 minutes at 600km and 30 minutes at 810km. 

Being disciplined to hydrate, consume food regularly, and deal with the sleep deprivation allowed Kevin to keep his speed consistent which got him the win. His cycling average was 23.4km/h and he finished with a total average of 20.15km/h. To keep him going, his legs generated a power output of 176W for the two and a bit days, burning 36 000 calories in the process. 

The Almar team would like to congratulate Kevin for winning what is known as a bicycle race for the bravest of the brave, the toughest of the tough! An incredible feat.

The next stop is the USA where Kevin plans to do a 550km gravel race and if all goes according to plan a 4400km / 3-week event from Banff, Canada to the Southern US Border with Mexico.

Refrigerated Containers Vs Permanent Cold Storage

Refrigerated containers used in cured meat production

How Temporary Cold Storage with Refrigerated Containers has benefited a range of businesses in the food and beverage industry.

The harvesting of grapes for wine in the Cape Province of South Africa takes place during the period from the end of December to mid-March. The timing of the six week harvest depends on climate with the hotter regions being planted and harvested first. Wine regions along the Orange River, from Boegoeberg in the east to the Augrabies in the Falls Valley in the west, start as early as December while the harvest in Wellington and Paarl start mid-January, followed by Stellenbosch.

For Pearl Mountain wine estate on the Northern slopes of the Paarl Mountain from mid-January to the end of February they need to harvest between 250 and 500 tons of grapes with the last two weeks of the harvest being particular intense. 

According to Dave Retief, head of agriculture at Paarl Mountain, the timing of the picking is essential to the quality of the grape and this is when the use of refrigerated containers, known as reefers, is essential. “I would rather pick the grape at the perfect time and store it in a reefer than leave it to hang until it can be transported. For wine production it is vital to get the acid-sugar balance just right so two or three days on the vine can make a big difference to the chemical composition,’’ explains Dave.  

“Grapes are stored in crates, on pallets at 2 degrees Celsius. If the day was particularly hot, I often use the reefer to cool the grape down before transporting,” continues Dave.

“With harvest season being only six weeks, I rent the reefers from Almar for as long as I need them. They also take responsibility for the maintenance or any technical issues which is a relief during the busiest time of the year,’’ concludes Dave. 

For Stick ‘n Licks, a KwaZulu-Natal based business specialising in the warehousing and distribution of ice-cream and other frozen products, they are using Almar refrigerated containers at their customers premises to save on transportation, carbon emissions, manpower, risk and to make their product easily accessible at all times. 

“It makes sense for us to place reefers on the premises of our big retail customers, especially during the hotter months, as we can stock up the reefer and then product is readily available. Our reefers are on rental so if demand decreases we can return them until such time as we need them again.’’ 

Angus McIntosh, known as Farmer Angus, is one of two grass fed, pasture-reared beef producers in the Western Cape. Situated on 126 hectares of irrigated pasture at Spier Wine Estate near Stellenbosch, his butchery is the only one in the country that does not add nitrates, nitrites and gluten to the meat.

“We have been using Almar reefers since June 2018 as the maturation chambers for our charcuterie products. Charcuterie is cured meat which involves two stages in the production – the first is fermentation and spicing, and the second maturation.

“The reefers are a brilliant facility where the temperature and humidity can be controlled. We run the temperature at 12 Celsius and the humidity at 80%. If you cannot control temperature and humidity you will never be able to make charcuterie,” exclaims Angus.  

FitChef, a business which delivers ‘clean food’ meals to your door with the aim of helping you achieve your health goals, have decided go the reefer route for their cold storage. 

“Using rented reefers for our cold storage makes sense for a number of reasons,’’ says FitChef’s Craig Kaminsky. “We rent our property in Gauteng so to invest in cold storage which is expensive and permanent does not make sense. Reefers are stackable, movable and because they are on rent we can increase or decrease our numbers depending on our stock requirements. The responsibility of repairs and maintenance falls with Almar which frees us up to focus on our core business of making people healthier.” 

Refrigerated Container / Reefer / Cold Storage Container Benefits

Refrigerated containers are an easy way to increase your storage volume and offer many advantages which include the following:

Single Installation

Containers are modular and can be placed just about anywhere level, with a true ‘plug and play’ installation.


Containers are standard sizes and their modular ability allows for rooms to be added and removed during seasonal capacity requirements.

Hygienic food grade interiors

All containers have high-grade stainless steel interiors, which are easy to clean.

Robust machinery

Almar use the latest Carrier Reefer Containers which is the industry standard. Carrier supply the world’s shipping lines with almost 80% of all Reefers. They are reliable and robust with machinery built to withstand the harshest conditions.


The containers are designed for intermodal transport and therefore can be uplifted and moved very easily.

Chilled and deep frozen product

Containers allow for temperature ranges between -25°C and +25°C.

Dehumidification Control

Allows certain reefer models to maintain between 60% and 90% relative humidity in the unit. This is an added advantage for clients with very specific humidity / temperature requirements for perishable cargoes.

Accurate temperature maintenance – containers can monitor and track temperatures ranging within 0.3°C.

T-Bar flooring

Ensures efficient airflow when containers are fully loaded.

Digital temperature display

allows for easy temperature monitoring and adjustment.

Simple operation

Reefer containers are a ‘plug and play’ cold storage solution, provided with operational guides and basic training if required.


A 24/7 helpline in the event of technical problems or breakdowns.

For more information contact Nikki on +27 86 001 7476 or email

August 2021 – Global Container Market Update

Global shipping container market update - August 2021

With the current market pricing moving so rapidly, we thought we would share further insight into the global container market and attempt to provide further perspective into the current situation in South Africa.

As a brief introduction and to put the current market in perspective, the Financial Times has recently published an article noting the current situation as the biggest challenge the container shipping industry has ever faced!

(Source: Financial Times)

Current Market Updates

  • Ningbo, the third largest port in the world has recently been partially shutdown due to a COVID case, creating strong concerns of further shortages in shipping capacity and rate hikes.
    (Source: Bloomberg)
  • Freight rates continue to break all time records, with the Global Container Index breaking an unthinkable $10k last week. This is up over 100% in just 3 months!
    (Source: FBX Index)

The Global Container Market Price

Although container production is at an all time high with forecast 2021 total production being in the region of 4.5m TEU ( vs 2020 of 2.2m TEU), the container factories just cannot keep pace with demand. This can be seen below in the current container inventory awaiting pick-up in China. With inventories at such a low base, the container price will remain very high.

How Long Will It Last?

Our view now firmly remains that the container shortage and high pricing will remain well into 2022.

This extended outlook is largely due to the continued forecast of global trade growth and the fact that the shipping lines and container factories just cannot create the required capacity to handle the growth.

The Impact For Us?

We will unfortunately see further price increases flowing through to the local market in the next few days and these will be in the region of $100 – $200 increases.

We hope the above provides a helpful insight into the global container market. Please feel free to contact the Almar sales team on 031 561 6767 should you require further information.

KZN’s Forgotten Businesses

Burnt Container Spaza Shop

While it appears that some normality has returned to KwaZulu-Natal with shopping centres, businesses and retail outlets reopening their doors, it is the uninsured, informal outlets that seem to be forgotten. In the Ilembe District, North of Durban, the majority of the spaza shops in the area were looted and damaged. These shops have no means of restocking their shelves and, in turn, the community don’t have access to basic needs like food or electricity, not to mention the loss of over 50 small businesses. With so many jobs lost, innocent people living in Ilembe are unable to travel and, in turn, provide basic needs for their family. 

Registered NPO ‘Hearts That Hope’ was established in 2012 with the purpose of creating a loving environment in which vulnerable children can thrive and being a means to provide hope and upliftment to the local community. When the vandalism and looting hit KZN, the founders Kent and Lyndall VanderYacht knew they needed to do something so that the impoverished weren’t further disadvantaged and this is when ‘Stock a Shop’ was launched.

“We aim to help affected informal traders in the Ilembe District get back on their feet by restocking each shop with R7 500 of inventory. With donations from individuals and businesses we can help them get a head start in rebuilding their businesses, while also providing vital supplies to their communities. So far, 26 of the 50 identified shops have been restocked and, with continued support, we hope to have the remainder stocked by the end of August,’’ explains Kent. “Our hope is that people keep reaching out to assist us so that we can go even further afield and help even more of the affected Spaza Shops. We have 50 on our system but we know that the devastation is way more than that.”

 You can make a difference by:

  1. Sponsoring an entire store for R7 500. 
  2. Donating via EFT or Zapper and Hearts That Hope will purchase the items. Please see bank details and Zapper code below. 
  3. Dropping off required stock items in Salt Rock. Email Hearts That Hope at to obtain a list

Bank Details

Hearts That Hope FNB Ballito, Cheque Account Account number: 62 32 4949 778, Branch code: 250102, SWIFT: FIRNZAJJ

Almar Container Group was approached to help Abbi Tuck Shop in Shayamoya as their container was burnt beyond repair. “We were happy to be able to provide support in form of a container to replace the current shop and our staff have got involved by making donations to stock the outlet with product. The donations, big and small, add up and enable Hearts That Hope to reach their goal of getting all 50 spazas up and running by the end of the month

Hearts that Hope is a registered NPO so can issue Section 18A certificates. For more information contact Kent or Lyndall on 082 716 6773. For more information visit

Burnt Container Spaza Shop

Refrigerated Containers: flexible, affordable cold storage

Refrigerated Containers fro Hire

Do you need flexible, affordable cold storage immediately? Almar Container Group supply refrigerated containers (reefers) throughout South Africa to keep your fresh produce, perishable items, ice-cream, beverages, medicines and anatomical waste at the required temperature. 

We offer 6m and 12m refrigerated containers which keep your contents at a consistent temperature ranging between -25°C and +25°C. The temperature can be adjusted and controlled to within 0.3°C of required set point. These reefers require three phase 380v power supply.

Almar also offers a chiller container option – a customised refrigeration solution which uses single phase 220v power. This means you can plug your 3m or 6m chiller / refrigerated container into any domestic power outlet, making it the ultimate cold room alternative. Temperature range is between +2°C and +10°C.

Refrigerated containers (reefers) and chillers are available from Almar for short and long term rental. Dependent on the location, our reefers are rented on a fully supported basis with 24/7 technical support. This means no additional expenses such as service costs, or expensive repair costs in the event of a mechanical breakdown.

A reefer is the quickest means of obtaining bulk cold storage – you can have the cold storage you need immediately and it can be placed close to where the end product needs to be, in turn saving you transportation costs.

Reefers are energy efficient. All Almar refrigerated containers for rent are Carrier – a world-leading brand in container refrigeration. Almar’s new fleet of refrigerated containers, Carrier Primeline, uses digital scroll technology making them the most energy efficient solution available. The temperature on this new range can operate as low as – 35°C.

For more information on the Almar chiller or refrigerated containers please contact Dave Williams on 031 561 6767 or email

May 2021: Global Container Market Update

Rebranded Containers Feature

With the first quarter of the year well behind us, we thought it would be a good time to provide a further insight into the current global container market.

Current Market Updates

  • Freight rates continue their increases, with the Global Container Index not only stabilizing but again increasing a further 5% over the last month.
  • The recent disaster in the Suez Canal created a significant impact on logistics inefficiencies and tied up further container and shipping line capacity.
  • Container inventory at the factories remain at all time lows.

The Global Container Market Price

  • Although Container factories have recently started increasing production significantly, demand continues to outstrip supply. This is keeping the new container price ex factory at an all time high.
  • The used container market seems to have stabilized, although the international markets in China and India remain very fickle with price increase regularly spiking the prices for 40ft HC’s above the $5000 mark.

How long will it last?

Earlier in the year we had forecast an easing in the market during the third quarter of 2021, however there are now signs that the container shortage and high prices may remain into 2022!

This extension is largely due to the continued forecast of global trade growth and the fact that the shipping lines and container factories just cannot create the required capacity to handle the growth.

The impact for us?

The direct impact on pricing and availability has been seen in South Africa for sometime now.

The one factor that has worked strongly in our favour has been the strengthening of the Rand, which has lessened the price increases significantly.

Please feel free to contact the Almar sales team on 031 561 6767 or email should you require further information.

Everything you need to know about hiring a shipping container…

Everything You Need to Know

Do you need additional storage at your home, office or warehouse? A shipping container is the ideal storage solution because it can be bought or leased, it is mobile and secure and no-building plans are required and therefore a big cost and time saver.  Here are some things you need to consider when hiring a shipping container.

Size / Dimensions

Shipping containers come in three sizes and the industry often refers to size in feet as opposed to metres. They also come in general purpose or high cube – this simply refers to the height of the container. General purpose is a standard height while high cube has additional height. Please refer to the external dimensions to ascertain the best size for you and whether it will fit into the space you have allocated. You also need to consider the internal dimensions to ensure that there is sufficient space for your product.

Shipping Container Sizes

3m (10ft) Container

3m shipping containers offer secure storage for areas where space is a premium. They have a small footprint and can be delivered within a week for safe and secure storage.

The external dimensions of a general purpose 3m container are 2.991m long, 2.438m wide and 2.591m high.

The interior measurements for a general purpose 3m container are 2.831m x 2.352m x 2.393m giving you a capacity of 15.934 meters cubed.

Shipping Container Sizes

6m (20ft) Container

6m shipping containers are the perfect solution for additional storage requirements for your office, small business or factory. They can be delivered to just about any location, offering an instant and secure space with minimal capital investment.

The external dimensions of a general purpose 6m container is 6.058 long, 2.438 wide and 2.591 high, while the high cube is 2.896 high. The internal dimensions are 5.898 long, 2.352 wide and 2.393 high while the height of the high cube is 2.698m. The capacity is 33.196 and 37.427 metres cubed respectively.

The door opening is 2.340m wide and 2.280m high and 2.585m high for the high cube.

Shipping Container Sizes

12m (40ft) Container

12m shipping containers offer a substantial volume of approximately 76mᶟ of storage space for a high cube. They require minimal site preparation and can be delivered to create an instant warehouse.

The external measurements for a general purpose 40ft / 12m container is 12.192m in length, 2.438m width and 2.591m height, while the height of a high cube is 2.896m.

The door opening is 2.340m wide and 2.280m high and 2.585m high for the high cube.


The great thing about container rental is that it is as flexible as you want it to be. We hire containers for anything from 30 days to over 5 years.

Even if you need containers for a shorter period, please reach out to us and we can see if we can assist with shorter term rentals.

Container Condition

All our containers are 100% wind and water-tight. That means that they will keep your goods dry and safe.

Containers are used and will have minor dents and scratches, but most of our rental fleet is fairly new and looks presentable. 

Should you have any specific colour or presentation requirements, please let us know.


Containers are generally delivered using either a flatbed truck, or alternatively a crane truck, if the delivery location has no offloading facilities. Almar can arrange for either method of delivery.

When receiving or planning to transport your container, make sure that you specify the exact route, where and how it will be positioned. This is extremely important because containers are not ideal for transport through certain roads, such as those with tunnels, trees and power lines.


Make sure you have identified a flat, hard surface that can handle the weight of the container. An empty 3m container weighs 1.400kgs (1.4 tons), an empty 6m container weighs 2.185kgs (2.1 tons), while an empty 12m container weighs 3.640kgs (3.6 tons). A full 3m can take in excess of 10tons while a 6m and 12m can take in excess of 30 tons.   

If you do not have a concrete slab to place the container on top (which is ideal), it is advisable to place thin wooden ‘blocks’ under each corner. This helps stabilise and level the container. Bricks are not the ideal solution as they tend to crumble.


The cost of hiring a container is relatively cheap in comparison to buying it and pricing will depend on how long you intend to hire it for. 

To get a quote phone Almar on 031 561 6767 and speak to our sales team.

Have answers to these questions at hand for the swiftest service:

  1. What size container do you need?
  2. How long do you intend to use it for?
  3. What do you intend to use it for?
  4. Do you need it to be delivered?

We will then email you a quote and once accepted, a credit application will be sent to you to fill in the necessary information. The credit application takes 1 – 2 days to process and once the ‘all clear’ is given, you will be required to make payment for the first month and, if required, transport up front. Timing of the delivery will then be provided.


Step 1

Step 1

Call for a quote on
031 561 67 67 or email

Step 2

Step 2

Almar sends a formal quote and if accepted a credit application and lease agreement follows.

Step 3

Step 3

On receipt of the completed documentation, a credit review is done which takes 1-2 days.

Step 4

Step 4

An invoice is then raised for the first months rental and delivery, if required.

Step 5

Step 5

Your container is then released for delivery.

ALMAR Supports Inani – a NPO Focussed on Distributing Food Supplies

In years to come when we reflect on the pandemic, the adaptability, support, and care of South Africans is what will stand out the most. “Stronger Together” meant a lot during the Rugby World Cup and now the intonation means a matter of survival. If we don’t support local businesses they will not survive and if we don’t support our communities thousands of people will not eat.

This is the reason for NPO Inani adapting from being a platform that brought local communities together to improve their buying power and save them costs, to being instrumental in coordinating the distribution of essential supplies into local communities that need it most.

According to Inani founder, Chris Husted, the aim right now is to reduce the number of touchpoints when distributing food parcels thereby reducing the potential for contamination. “Bulk food packages are received through Inani and sent to a single business or church to prepare the orders. From there Inani organise a bulk delivery into the nominated area. Our goal is to manage the logistics which we have found is the biggest challenge when getting food to the right people,’’ explains Chris.

So far 1 640 food parcels have been delivered to the following areas – Shayamoya in KwaZulu-Natal, Msawawa in Johannesburg, Khayelitsha in Cape Town, Nonzamo in Somerset West and Zwhelilhe in Hermanus.

This is just the tip of the iceberg and the Inani team is asking individuals and businesses to get involved. Almar Container Group has done just that and for the month of May for every container sold, a parcel of food is donated for Inani to distribute to one of the five rural areas.

The objective of the Almar campaign is to encourage the support of local businesses and provide much-needed food to those who have been left with no form of income. “If a company has a choice to use an international or local business, it makes sense to choose local because this will go some way to alleviating unemployment and allow more people to put food on their tables,” says Almar CEO, Franci du Plessis.

“We are also encouraging businesses get on-board and donate a parcel of food through Inani for every product or service sold. This is acting in the true spirit of partnership which is what is going to get us all through this challenging time.”

Please visit to find out how to donate. The medium food packages range from R163 to R210 while the large packages are between R265 and R440. In some areas there is an option to donate blankets for R110 each or hygiene packs for the same price.

“This is a great practical way to ‘not give up, but to continue to do good to people’ in an enforced social-distancing world.” – Ludwig Alberts, Senior Pastor of Crossword Church, Somerset West and Inani partner.

Almar Supports FrontLine Friends

FrontLine Friends Feature

A NPO established to value and appreciate healthcare heroes

The extreme physical, mental and emotional strain of healthcare workers around the country is incontestable and, in mid-December, when the hospitals were at full capacity with COVID19 patients, clinical psychologist Hayley Asbury decided something had to be done.

“I do the compassionate ward rounds in a hospital and could see the strain the healthcare workers were taking. The nurses have been working relentlessly in the COVID ICU wards, day in and day out, under extreme pressure and it is really difficult to stay strong and motivated when there is no end in sight,” explains Hayley.

“I felt a strong urge to do something for the nurses in the KwaZulu-Natal hospitals and as a result the NPO, Frontline Friends, was conceived,” continues Hayley.

To date, Frontline Friends have delivered thank you gifts and notes to over 3 000 nurses in hospitals in KZN. We have visited Addington, Greys, Edendale, King DinuZulu, King Edward, Busamed Hillcrest, Hibiscus Cato Ridge, Mahatma Gandhi and Netcare Umhlanga hospitals. Every week Frontline Friends aims to reach to a least one hospital with gifts and a message of gratitude.

Project FrontLine Friends Brownies
Project FrontLine Friends Fudge
Project FrontLine Friends Fudge

Almar Container Group heard about the campaign to make healthcare workers feel valued and didn’t hesitate to get involved. Some form of appreciation or simply saying ‘thank you, we value you’ goes such a long way to keep people motivated to continue working under stressful and often heart-breaking conditions.

Almar donated 150 homemade chocolate brownies and 150 bars of fudge to the nurses at Edendale Hospital in Pietermaritzburg. These products were locally sourced and produced by young, inspiring entrepreneurs, enabling Almar to continue its support of local small businesses. The treats were coupled with Dawn lotions donated by the Robin Hood Foundation. Messages of thanks accompanied the gifts and the nurses were so grateful for the recognition.

For more information on Frontline Friends visit or frontlinefriends.covid19 on Instagram.

This quote by Helen Keller appears on the Frontline Friends letterhead “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much” and time and time again it has been proven how powerful a community can be when they work together for a common cause.

Project FrontLine Friends Delivery
Project FrontLine Friends Handout
Project FrontLine Friends Note