GRID Magazine asks A quarter of Philadelphians are food insecure. What are we doing about it? Journalist Alex Jones answers the question by highlighting the work of anti-hunger nonprofits such as EAT Cafe, the Center for Hunger-Free Communities, the SHARE Food Program, Philabundance, Coalition Against Hunger, Broad Street Ministry, and Food Connect to address food insecurity, uphold dignity, and minimize food waste.
Cuisine Noir's Ebony Flake interviews Donnell Jones-Craven in A Meal for All at Philly's EAT Cafe.
Kyree Terrell of My New Philly's "Not Just Cheesesteaks" stops by EAT Cafe to chat with Donnell Jones-Craven, taste-test the menu, and learn more about our pay-what-you-can model.
Just weeks EAT Cafe's grand opening, Eileen Cunniffe of Nonprofit Quarterly highlights our efforts to bring people together, our experience thus far, and our plans for the future in Nonprofit Café Relies on Those Who Can Pay to Pick Up the Tab for Those Who Can’t.
Bill Anderson of Fox29 attended the Grand Opening the Philly's first pay-what-you-can restaurant.
Vernon Odom of Channel 6 Action News covers the Grand Opening of EAT Cafe, from its ribbon cutting to meeting the chef.
Wooder Ice features EAT Cafe, our mission, and our sample menu in The New Restaurant, EAT Cafe in West Philly Will Be Pay-What-You-Can!
Vittoria Woodill of CBS3 covers EAT Cafe in their weekly edition of 'Brotherly Love'.
Philly Voice features EAT Cafe's in Vetri, Drexel partner for Philadelphia's first pay-what-you-can restaurant. Journalist Patricia Madej speaks with the Center for Hunger-Free Communities' Deputy Director Victoria Egan about our unique model, partnerships, and fundraising efforts.
Philly.com's Michael Klein our efforts to address Philadelphia's high rate of food insecurity and highlights our rotating menu in You pay what you can at the new EAT Cafe in West Philadelphia.