Philadelphia's food economy is booming, yet one in five people don't have enough to eat. Can the Full City Challenge help?
Five teams will vie for a $5,000 prize to help solve Philly's hunger issues.
Thanks to the Full City Challenge, an expert is flying in from across the country.
SF's Farming Hope uses corporate partners because regular restaurant work isn't always sustainable.
Homeboy Industries trains people to work in the food service industry.
The Monkey & The Elephant keeps young adults off the streets and helps set them up for productive careers.
FoodMaven is such a success that it's planning to expand nationwide.
We hear there are also free drinks.
It's like a cross between Philabundance Community Kitchen and EAT Cafe, plus more.
Have an idea? Apply to the Full City Challenge — you could win $5,000 to test it out.
It's a pitch competition for ideas to use food for social impact, from Billy Penn and the Economy League.