A new drive-thru food pantry on Detroit’s west side is a game-changer for those in need near Hartford Memorial Baptist Church.

“Food insecurity is real, we serve people from all walks of life,” said Jimmy Johnson, Hartford Memorial Food Pantry.

People like Richard Passmore and his family.

“It’s an additional help to our grocery list every week,” he said.

And when the church passes out this much-needed food, they like to do so without creating a traffic jam.

“We don’t like cars on Seven Mile, Seven Mile is busy –  so we have a beautiful parking lot now where the cars can come and park people can park, and we have security out there,” Johnsons said. “And they can just come right on in.”

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