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Activists Distribute Hundreds Of Free Thanksgiving Dinners

shire sharingThis week, a charity in New Hampshire called “Shire Sharing” distributed hundreds of free Thanksgiving meals to needy residents in their area.

The charity was started 4 years ago by Free State Project activist Amanda Bouldin and each year the organization’s impact continues to grow.

This year, a vast majority of the meals were distributed throughout the Monadnock region. Each meal contained frozen turkey, and 2 additional bags of food.

Shire Sharing reportedly had some extra funds and supplies that did not make it to specific families, but according to Bouldin, those extra supplies will be delivered to the Liberty House homeless shelter in Manchester.

Shire Sharing is one of many positive community projects that have grown from New Hampshire’s Free State Project.

The Free State Project is a plan that encourages freedom-oriented individuals from all over the world to move to New Hampshire, for the purpose of building communities with like minded people.

Check out the video below for some more information about Shire Sharing:


John Vibes writes for True Activist and is an author, researcher and investigative journalist who takes a special interest in the counter culture and the drug war. 

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