“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: Michael Bennett
He served our country in Vietnam. Now, the former U.S. Postal worker continues to give back to his community every single day. This Veterans Day, we salute him
Ideas We Should Steal: Feeding Your Neighbors
Philly is facing a hunger crisis. An idea from three North Carolina moms could offer a solution we can all take part in
Colby for a Cause
Philly hunger nonprofit Philabundance has launched an innovative program to benefit farmers, retailers, the environment, and the hungry. Its secret weapon? Cheese.
The Citizen Updates: Philabundance Community Kitchen
The culinary program for low-income and incarcerated people now has a booming catering business. Check it out yourself at The Citizen party
Do Something: Find Common Ground
Explore urban forestry, raise money for education, go all Lebowski on cancer, and more ways to be an awesome citizen this week.
Give the Gift of Good
The Citizen’s 2015 Socially-Conscious Gift Guide
New Blood: A Former Janitor Turned Policy Wonk Talks Solutions
A desperately needed new generation is stepping up to change Philly by changing City Council. In the second of an ongoing series, meet at-large candidate George Matysik