Groups create charity to allow Tulsa residents to pick up needed food items anonymously

VIDEO: Groups hope new food pantry system would allow people to pick up goods anonymously

TULSA, Okla. — Three local businesses are coming together to help people across Tulsa County.

The business owners have created a nonprofit organization known as the "Wise Man Charity" to put up food pantries at local churches.

Their goal is to provide a place where Tulsa residents can get receive non-perishable food items anonymously.

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The group set up their first pantry at South Point Church near 131st and Memorial in Bixby.

People can leave items if they want help or pick up a food item they may need for the day.

The group says they plan to put pantries in locations across the Tulsa area.

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