Philly Food Finder
Presenting Philly Food Finder
PhillyFoodFinder.org, a new mobile-friendly, online guide to community food programs, has officially launched!
Use the website’s map to find soup kitchens, food pantries, meals for seniors, low-cost groceries, and farmers’ markets in your neighborhood.
Or visit the resource page to learn more about SNAP (food stamps), WIC, summer and school meals for children, and more! Philly Food Finder printable neighborhood food guides will also be available here later this year.
If you manage a food resource and would like to add or update information to the website, submit your information here.
The website was developed by Hack4Impact, a University of Pennsylvania group that connects student developers with non-profits to create tools for social change. A huge thank-you to all of our partners at SHARE, Philabundance, the Food Access Collaborative, The Food Trust, the Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging, and members of the Food Policy Advisory Council’s Anti-Hunger Subcommittee for their contributions.
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