Guest Commentary: No One Should Go Hungry in College
More than 20 percent of all college students — and 35 percent of Black students — don’t have enough to eat. We have the tools, a renowned scholar and advocate says, to ensure everyone is well-fed
“I. Am. The. Dream.”
Thousands of Philadelphians participated in volunteer work on Monday for MLK Day of Service. Here’s a look at some of them.
15 Ways Philadelphians Can Give Back this Thanksgiving
However you feel about the holiday — its lore, its food, its super-spreader potential — you can still use it as a chance to do good. Here, some simple, impactful tips to get started.
Generation Change Philly: The Activist Chef
South Philly Barbacoa’s Cristina Martínez has earned the highest honors for chefs in America. But that’s just the start of her most important work
How a Community Fridge Built … a Community
Jane Ellis opened one of the city’s first community fridges at the start of Covid. Two years later, Germantown’s two free-to-all pantries testify to the power and promise of mutual aid
How to Fight Food Insecurity in Philly
Donate peanut butter! Organize a food drive! Sort cans! Here are 15 simple things you can do now to help food insecure citizens of Philadelphia.
Food Waste? There’s An App For That.
Since 2014, Food Connect has tackled rampant food waste and hunger by solving the problem of logistics: connecting people in need of food with people who have excess
How to Start a Community Fridge
Dozens of community fridges have opened up in the last few years to help alleviate hunger. Here, a step-by-step guide to launching one in your neighborhood