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A Note from Philabundance’s Newest Hunger Hero

June 10, 2015  by Glenn Bergman

Hello Philabundance blog-o-sphere! For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Glenn Bergman and, as of June 1, I am the new Executive Director of Philabundance. This is my first blog post so you’ll have to let me know how I do. In fact, listening is a big priority ...

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Weavers Way Manager to Join Philabundance

April 8, 2015  by 

By Sue Ann Rybak Glenn Bergman, 63, general manager of Weavers Way, a co-operative market founded in Mt. Airy in 1972, announced on April 2 that he is leaving the co-op to become executive director of Philabundance, a nonprofit dedicated to eradicating hunger in the Delaware Valley. “I am honored and I’m ...

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A New Face in The Fight Against Hunger

April 5, 2015  by 

By Kristen Johanson PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — For more than thirty years, Philabundance has served as the food pantry hub across the Delaware Valley. Now, they have a new face leading the way. Philabundance will welcome Glenn Bergman as Executive Director in June. He comes to the group, through Weaver’s Way, where he ...

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Weavers Way GM Takes Over Philabundance

April 3, 2015  by 

By Matt Gelb Glenn Bergman had food, and Pam Lawler wanted it. These were the nascent days of Philabundance, when Lawler - founder of the region's largest hunger-relief organization - would drive to area businesses in her blue Subaru station wagon, seeking leftovers. Bergman was executive chef at Frog Commissary catering in ...

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Glenn Bergman Named New Executive Director of Philabundance

April 2, 2015  by 

PHILADELPHIA, PA  (April 1, 2015)—Philabundance, the 30-year-old nonprofit dedicated to ending hunger in the Delaware Valley,  announced today that it has selected Glenn Bergman as the organization's next executive director. Bergman, who currently serves as CEO of Weavers Way, will succeed Mark Bender, the organization’s interim executive director. He will ...

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