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On April 21, 2017, members of the Philadelphia community gathered at Calvary United Methodist church to share their experiences and concerns about potential cuts to programs that fund assistance for housing, hunger, and health with Senator Casey. 


Local organizations are coming together the highlight the impact potential cuts to programs and services would have on millions of Pennsylvanians.  


Gender, Race, And Poverty In 2017: How Can Women Of Color Harness Our Collective Power To Improve Our Communities?


Join us for the opening reception of the first Witnesses to Hunger Photo Exhibit of 2017 at the EAT Cafe in West Philadelphia.


The Witnesses to Hunger Evaluation Report represents the first time we have been able to take a long pause and think about how well we’re doing as a group – to reflect and self-evaluate. 



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