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Covid-19 has increased the problem of food security and put many of our local restaurants at risk.  Join us in helping to solve these problems.

Our MISSION

Food for Good provides food and meals to Pittsburgh based individuals and communities who face food insecurity, including those in disadvantaged communities. This service includes cooperation with restaurants and other food establishments and providers to provide them a source of income while preparing food for those in need.

 

Our Goals

  • To provide food and meals to underserved persons and communities, including those with special needs, disabilities and/or at-risk behaviors;

  • To provide restaurants and/or other food establishments and providers with funds to operate and to continue providing essential services;

  • To sponsor, host and/or participate in events and activities that end food insecurity.

  • All funds collected are used to pay restaurants for the preparation of meals for those in need, we have no staff or other overhead

Help support our Residents and our restaurants

Restaurants

 

Bar Marco

Bonfire

Cornerstone

Friendship Perk and Brew

Lot 17

Mineos

Station

The Vandal

...more coming soon

Community Kitchens

East End Cooperative Ministry

Veterans Place of Washington Blvd.

...more coming soon

LATEST NEWS

Dinners Sponsored

  • Bar Marco dinner at EECM on March 24th

“We think the PghFoodforGood project is a terrific and creative way to both help people with immediate needs and food insecurity while also supporting small local businesses during a difficult time.”  Andrew Heffner, Bar Marco

“The pandemic has affected so many people in our community.  Our residents, our restaurants, our companies and our neighborhoods.  Pittsburgh Food for Good is providing help for those who have been struck hard and EECM appreciates the meals that had previously been supplied by volunteers from partner organizations prior to the pandemic, but whom have not been able to be onsite as a result of both the vulnerable individuals we serve as well as their own vulnerabilities.  This partnership with Pittsburgh Food for Good has provided wonderful meals for our residents and has provided local neighborhood restaurants with income during this difficult time.  Thank you!”  Carole Bailey, President and CEO of East End Cooperative Ministries 

  • Cornerstone dinner at EECM on March 26th

 “One of the things that folks have missed during this pandemic is being able to go out to eat. Because we are a residential program, we have to be especially careful with our COVID precautions to keep everyone safe which means no one has been going out to eat. Food for Good allows the residents to have restaurant meals while being able to maintain a safe environment for all. The additional bonus is that restaurants’ businesses and their staff are also helped by this program.  It is a win-win situation. I know our residents greatly appreciate the meals.”  Reverend Kellie Wild, East End Cooperative Ministry

  • Friendship Perk and Brew at Veterans Place on April 22nd

"Thank you to Pittsburgh Food for Good who donated Friendship Perk and Brew this week! Pittsburgh Food for Good provides food and meals to Pittsburgh based individuals and communities who face food insecurity. This service includes cooperation with restaurants to provide them a source of income while preparing food for those in need.  They brought lunches for our veterans to include sandwiches, chips, salads, and chocolate chunk cookies!! We are so grateful for our community & all the support we receive to continue carrying out our mission and vision."

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