Eat for Equity: A Monthly Dinner Party Fuels Community Giving

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Eat for Equity: A Monthly Dinner Party Fuels Community Giving

by Julie Ma

May 17, 2012

Eat for Equity is working on plans to branch out to 20 cities across the nation with a mobile kitchen tour that will kick off in Chicago. The plan is to plant chapters in cities including Seattle, Santa Cruz, and Phoenix to teach future organizers how to make Eat for Equity a sustainable movement across the nations. They hope to teach everything from the fundamentals of event planning to the best methods of cooking for a large party.

While Eat for Equity is centered around raising awareness for public good, Torgrimson's focus is on building community. “Every month, you have a chance to see familiar faces, give, and build a great community,” she says. “Part of the welcoming spirit is that we keep our price really low. Even if you don’t know the organization and don’t know what to expect, it’s never too hard of an entrance.” 

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Photos courtesy of Emily Torgrimson

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