Guest Commentary: Solve “The Lost Mile” for Hungry Philadelphians
Share Food has fed more than 1 million people a month since last March. That, says its executive director, has required some creative pivoting.
The People’s Kitchen
Local chefs are serving food to those in need, while fueling awareness and action around social justice
How to Fight Food Insecurity in Philly
Donating peanut butter! Organizing virtual food drives! Sorting cans! Here are 15 simple things you can do now to help the hungry and food-insecure citizens of Philadelphia.
Gathering with Dignity
Along with delicious food, a new pop-up food hall at Temple offers an innovative, stigma-free solution to campus hunger
South Philly’s SEAMAAC has fed thousands of people since March, while continuing to push the vote and the census—missions more aligned than you might think
“Roll Up Your Sleeves and Get To Work”
An update on professor and activist Stephanie Sena, who is still working to uplift Philadelphians in need of food, shelter and dignity
“How Do You Make Sure People Still Get Food?”
New Philabundance CEO Loree Jones started her job in the midst of a pandemic and racial protests that roiled the city. She is exactly where she wants to be.
Citizen of the Week: Kenneth Walker Jr.
The North Philly native turned a former campaign office into The Unity Center, a twice-weekly food distribution site whose clients have tripled since Covid-19