GOOD CARBS: A BRUNCH AND LEARN WITH CHALLAH FOR HUNGER & FEDERAL DONUTS

Join us to explore how our favorite carbs – challah bread and donuts – are used to bring communities together to solve urgent hunger issues in our city.

Over a delicious brunch prepared by Chef Matt Fein of Federal Donuts you’ll hear from John Nicolo, former manager at Zahav and current General Manager of Rooster Soup Co., on their approach to food waste and helping Philadelphia’s at-risk citizens and Carly Zimmerman, CEO of Challah for Hunger, about their approach to tackling food insecurity on America’s college campuses.

Tickets can be purchased here: https://goodcarbs.splashthat.com/

Menu:
First Course:
Baked Eggs
-Local tomato, spinach, ricotta, challah crumb
Main Course:
Chicken & “Waffles”
-Twice fried chicken, donut “waffle”, red-eye gravy, hot sauce
Vegetarian option – Twice fried Trumpet Mushrooms.
Third Course (Dessert):
Challah Bread Pudding
-Apples, pomegranate, vanilla-poppy ice cream

Daylin’s Resistance Forum

Sponsored by State Senator Daylin Leach, this is a non-partisan, issues-oriented event open to all members of the public. The forum will provide an opportunity for attendees to discuss the best ways to protect progressive policies and institutions. Participants will learn how to lobby elected officials and advocate for the policies they are passionate about. They will also have the chance to meet with experienced advocates from organizations that work on a variety of issues, including civil rights, women’s health and gun safety.

Leach explains his motivation for organizing this forum as follows:

The march of progress continues, but the election of Donald Trump has put all of it at risk. So many Americans who care about healthcare, fair wages, clean water, and civil rights are searching for the skills, strategy, and community needed to resist Trump’s coming attacks on progress. My forum will equip folks with those tools and help them get organized, energized, and united.

To RSVP, email Mary Pat Tomei, or call 610-768-4200.