PHILADELPHIA's TASTE OF THE NATION
23rd Street Armory
General Admission: $75 | 6:30pm
VIP Admission: $125 | 5:30pm
Ensure that no kid goes hungry, whether in Philadelphia or across the nation, by joining the city’s finest chefs, sommeliers and mixologists on Monday, January 30, 2017 for Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry, a remarkable night of dining in support of No Kid Hungry’s work to end childhood hunger in the America.
Guests will mix, mingle, and enjoy food and drink prepared by more than 40 top chefs and bartenders.
Check out photos from the 2015 event!
Thanks to all who help us to ensure that no kid in America grows up hungry! The beneficiaries of Philadelphia's Taste of the Nation are The Food Trust, The Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, and Second Harvest of Lehigh Valley.
Have questions? Contact Samantha DeNafo at Sdenafo@strength.org | 202-478-6572
Couldn't make it to the event, but still want to help?
Make a donation!
The Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger strives to build a community where all people have the food they need to lead healthy lives. Founded in 1996, the Coalition has helped more than 50,000 families in the Philadelphia region with food assistance through its SNAP (Food Stamp) Hotline, while educating the public and policymakers about responsible solutions that prevent people from going hungry. The Coalition also provides training and resources to more than 100 local food pantries and soup kitchens and organizes the annual Walk+Run Against Hunger, which raises much-needed funds to the area's leading hunger-relief agencies.
The Food Trust strives to make healthy food available to all. Working with neighborhoods, schools, grocers, farmers and policymakers, The Food Trust has developed a comprehensive approach to improve food environments and teach nutrition education in schools, work with corner store owners to increase healthy offerings and help customers make healthier choices, bring farmers' markets to communities that lack access to affordable produce and encourage other fresh food retail development in underserved communities.
Second Harvest of Lehigh Valley
Cooking Matters is a six week cooking and nutrition education program that aims to empower low-income families to shop for and prepare healthy, delicious meals on a budget. Each course is team-taught by a volunteer chef and nutrition educator with the support of a classroom manager. Courses consist of weekly, 2-hour classes that cover meal preparation, food budgeting, grocery shopping, and nutrition. Cooking Matters offers a courses for a variety of audiences, including Kids, Teens, Adults, and Families.
Cooking Matters courses are currently offered on an ongoing basis at community organizations and Second Harvest member agencies throughout Carbon, Lehigh, and Northampton counties.
Cooking Matters is a program of Share Our Strength, a national anti-hunger organization that aspires to end hunger and poverty in the United States with the primary goal of ending childhood hunger with its No Kid Hungry Campaign. Second Harvest offers this program in partnership with Share Our Strength
2017 Participating Restaurants
a bar • Alla Spina • Amada • The Art Institute • Baril • The Blue Duck • Bolete | Mister Lee's Noodles • The Bonney Read • Casbah • Cantina Feliz | La Calaca Feliz • Capogiro | Capofitto • Davio's Steakhouse • The Farm and Fisherman • The Good King Tavern • Insomnia Cookies • La Colombe • Le Peg • Loco Pez • Lolita • Lou Birds • Merchant Oyster Bar • Milkboy • Nectar • Pizzeria Stella • Scarpetta • Shake Shack • Square 1682 • Twisted Tail • AND MORE!
2017 Participating Breweries
2017 Liquor Sponsors
The Glenlivet • Boardroom Spirits • Caledonia Spirits • Jim Beam • Tito's Vodka •
2017 National Sponsors
2016 Local Sponsors
Please contact Sam DeNafo at firstname.lastname@example.org with sponsorship inquiries.
Cheers to the friends of No Kid Hungry who support the event and help make the event what it is.
Beer Chair- Ed Kirk
Mixology Chair- Chauncey Scates
PR- Morgan Obidowski & James Zeleniak
Restaurants- Madison Alpern