With the health and safety of our neighbors in mind, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Just Harvest have chosen to postpone the Empty Bowls Dinner.
I’m often asked to explain who is hungry in our community and why. The answer is often not what people expect.
A wide variety of soups will be offered at the event, including Mulligatawny, Wild Mushroom and Rutabaga, and of course the ever-favorite Chicken Noodle.
A hungry community is not a healthy community. Join the Just Harvest team to raise awareness about – and funds for! – addressing the root causes of hunger to improve health.
Thanks to some of Pittsburgh’s great restaurants and caterers there will be dozens of yummy soups to eat at this joint fundraiser for Just Harvest and Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
For the past 18 years, Pittsburgh’s favorite jam band theCAUSE has put on D-Jam. To date, they have raised more than $75,000 to benefit local nonprofits.
We are thrilled to announce that the keynote speaker at our premier event in October will be noted anti-hunger leader and bold spokesman Joel Berg.
Every year at Pittsburgh’s Empty Bowls dinner, hundreds gather for a communal meal of soup and bread, thanks to the generosity of some of the city’s top chefs – with four more added to the roster this year.
This annual event helps to raise money to end hunger in our region, and will also be fun for the kids thanks to Children’s Museum art activities.
Our annual Empty Bowls dinner is meant to be a reminder of those who go hungry in our region, so it’s a simple meal of bread and soup. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be delicious.