In the city that never sleeps and never stops eating, we wanted to help the hungry and the homeless who have somehow found themselves passed by.
Introducing the Erase Hunger Project. A pop-up that's made up of free packets of utensils. And also cards that detail the time and place where delicious food is served at Crossroads Community. A local soup kitchen and food pantry.
The pop-up was designed to show up at outdoors at food fairs and open-air markets—anywhere people are hungry. Passersby could then grab a packet of utensils to eat their snack, lunch or dinner. Then hand a card to someone in need. So more people could eat with the rest of us.
As a result, more people in need have been fed. And the community has started to unite around one simple goal. To help erase hunger.