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#FeedPhiladelphia a BBQ & Music Festival

August 30, 2016  by Philabundance Events

Saturday, September 17, 2pm-5pm Allens Lane Art Center 601 W. Allens Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19119 Cresheim Valley Church presents #FeedPhiladelphia to benefit Philabundance. Enjoy an afternoon of bluegrass and gospel music, real pit BBQ and family fun activities. For more information: http://cvcpca.org/events/feedphiladelphia/

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KidsBites LunchBox Intern Reflects on Summer Experience with Philabundance

August 29, 2016  by Philabundance

KidsBites LunchBox Intern Kayla Schieber shares her experience supporting our communities this summer: On one of my first days a client said, “Bless you for being here” to me, which was something I never heard at any of my previous jobs. That was just the first of many examples of how ...

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Beats ‘n Eats

August 26, 2016  by Philabundance Events

Beats ‘n Eats Monday, September 19, 6-11 PM The Fillmore Philadelphia This new event, hosted by Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine, is bringing together the very best in Philadelphia food and music to fight hunger, and to ensure the preservation of Philadelphia’s music history.  Beats 'n Eats features a 7-course family style meal prepared by ...

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Pineapple Upside Down Cake Recipe from Philabundance Community Kitchen

August 25, 2016  by Philabundance

When Philabundance Community Kitchen (PCK) Chef Hugo teaches students to make this simple recipe, he always reminds them that cutting a pineapple starts with the core. "Make sure to cut the core out of the pineapple," says Chef. "If not, it can be tough and stringy." Keeping in mind this ...

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Your Gifts Help Students Thrive!

August 17, 2016  by Philabundance

September is Hunger Action Month – a time when we raise awareness about the prevalence of hunger in our area. Here, one in four people face hunger, while nationally the number is one in seven. We encourage you to take action by giving time, money or food — or spread ...

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Your Gifts Provide Needed Food to Our Neighbors!

August 16, 2016  by Philabundance

Each time you give to Philabundance, you’re doing so much more than providing food — you’re giving hope to children and families in the Delaware Valley. Al’s story is just one example of how your generosity affects the lives of those struggling to put food on the table this fall. Al ...

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Business People on the Move

August 15, 2016  by Amanda White

Philabundance, a Philadelphia nonprofit providing food to those in need, has named Caryn Rubinstein chief development officer/senior vice president of philanthropy. She had been director of development since January 2014. To view the full article click here: http://www.philly.com/philly/business/20160815_Business_People_on_the_Move.html

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Q&A with Volunteer Carol Williamson

August 11, 2016  by Philabundance

Name: Carol Williamson Age: 60 How did you get involved with gleaning? My husband and I have long been financial supporters of Philabundance. In the late spring of 2014, we got one of the periodic mailings describing Philabundance projects. There was a blurb about gleaning and the independent toy store where I ...

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Elected Officials Send Hunger Packing During Democratic National Convention

August 4, 2016  by Philabundance

“If our elected officials will support policies benefiting our most vulnerable populations—including children and seniors—the way they’re supporting our food distribution efforts today, perhaps we can find a collaborative solution to ending hunger,” said Philabundance Executive Director, Glenn Bergman. During the Democratic National Convention, Philabundance teamed up with Feeding America—an organization ...

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KidsBites LunchBox Helps Single, Working Mom Fight Hunger

July 29, 2016  by Philabundance

“Being a mom is the best job I have ever had,” says Melanie Hudson. “I would never trade it for the world.” In addition to being a rock star single mom, Melanie is a personal care assistant at an Upper Darby Middle School as well as an adult student at Eastern ...

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