Three People Leading The Green Movement In PhiladelphiaPaving the way for green living in Philadelphia and surrounding areas, these three individuals volunteer their time and share their knowledge with others in support of a more sustainable community.
Phillies Rally Against Hunger With Food Collection at Saturday's GamePhillies fans are being asked to bring food to the ballpark on Saturday, to help kick off the team's drive to help the anti-hunger group "Philabundance."
Area Hunger Groups Gather in West Philadelphia For Annual ConferenceHunger cuts across all lines we draw and no zip code is immune, noted keynote speaker lawyer Nikki Johnson-Huston.
Non-Profit Grocery Store Set To Open In ChesterThe hopes are to open America’s first non-profit grocery store next Spring in Chester, the first grocery store there in more than a decade.
Philadelphia Food Organization Says Hunger Is Hitting More Middle Class FamiliesThe US Department Agriculture says 50 million people went hungry last year.
Philabundance To Open Grocery Store In ChesterIn about a year, the organization says it hopes to open a new 13,000-square-foot "Fare and Square" grocery store. It is believed to be the first supermarket in the country operated by a food aid group as a nonprofit venture.
Philabundance Raises Money To Purchase Building For Chester SupermarketPhilabundance has had its eye on the building for some time and has been working to raise $4.5-million to try to buy it and open it up as a grocery store that will also serve as a food center.
Major Grant Brings Philabundance Closer To Opening Chester GroceryPhilabundance has just received a huge contribution toward its effort to open up a grocery operation in the city of Chester.
More Area Residents Are Depending On Food Banks To Survive"So we're seeing waves - where those food stamp benefits run out and people are coming to the cupboards at the end of the month," Philabundance president Bill Clark says.
Survey: 1 In 4 Philadelphians Living In Poverty27-percent of Philadelphians live below the poverty line. It’s a number that has risen four percent in the last 10 years, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report, released today.
Slow Start Proves Costly In Temple's Loss To Duquesne Bill Clark had 22 points and Duquesne limited No. 19 Temple to 31 percent shooting in winning its sixth consecutive game, 78-66 on Saturday.