Following its kickoff event last month, Let Us Turn Up the Beet, the Impact Hub Community Kitchen continues its fundraising efforts to improve the way Philadelphia eats and connects around food.
The BrewHaHa sets the table for innovators, activists and entrepreneurs to gather for a dinner curated by Highlands Dinner Club, featuring local chefs, seasonal cocktails, local beer (in honor of beer week), live music, and a raffle.
Speaking at the event will be local sustainability leader Judy Wicks (the Godmother of sustainable businesses in Philadelphia), in addition to a special recognition of Garrett Getlin Snyder for the work he is doing in Philadelphia around food and social justice.
Ticket sales for this event will simultaneously support the build out of this kitchen and provide free program space for initiatives that address food; access, security, health, hunger, environmental sustainability and education.
Proceeds from this event will benefit Project Kitchen, the $100,000.00 fundraising campaign designed to build out the Impact Hub Community Kitchen. This is the first kitchen in Philadelphia that will simultaneously engage twenty leading food justice organizations in Philadelphia and provide an incubator for early stage food entrepreneurs to test and refine their product for market.
When: THursday, June 5, 2014, 7:00 – 10:00 PM
Where: Impact Hub Philly, 1227 N. 4th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122
Tickets: via EventBrite
More info: http://philadelphia.impacthub.net/event/supporting-our-food-system-a-brew-haha/
Find out more information about Impact Hub’s community kitchen here and watch the video below:
This event is part of a larger food justice movement that Generocity has been tracking within the Social Impact Ecosystem. If you are interested in food access, read more about other local efforts:
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