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Seed To Supper 15 Yr Anniversary Farm To Table Dinner Fundraiser
September 29 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
- Music by local singer/songwriter, organizer, educator and farmer Sam Rise and local musician and Henry Got Crops Farm Market Manager Ash Phillips
- Food by Weaver’s Way Executive Chef Bonnie Shuman and Students from Food Moxie programming with the help of Chef Gail Hinson
- Drinks from BoardRoom Distillery, Philadelphia Brewing Company and Moore Bros Wine
- A signature cocktail made by Food Moxie staff with culinary herbs grown from our garden
- Flowers from Food Moxie Gardens and TrueLove Seeds
- ACTIVITIES INCLUDING:
– A Live Auction
– Conversation Prompts/Starters
– History gathering (bring your stories!)
– Award Ceremony
Lize Werthan: Liz has been part of Food Moxie since its inception. She is deeply interested in our community and in supporting families and children. She believes that working on critical issues on a small scale can teach us much about how to have real impact with families as Food Moxie is doing at Stenton Family Manor and through its other programs at Saul, MLK HS and Awbury Arboretum. Liz is also a long-time working member of Weavers Way Coop.
Folasshade Laude-Hammond: As a public health advocate, steward of social justice initiatives, and nonprofit leader, Folasshade works across a variety of disciplines to co-create equitable, healthy organizations and communities. Her approach is rooted in appreciative inquiry and inclusive practice. Her work is informed by the lessons and legacy of ancestors and; she purposefully integrates the lived experiences and perspectives of people impacted by any change effort she supports. For more than 20 years, she has been designing programs, building coalitions and strengthening organizations that help children, youth and families. Her work spans across public schools, colleges and universities, community-centered organizations, businesses, and includes partnerships with civic and political leaders. Folasshade has a BA in Sociology from Pennsylvania State University, a MS in Organizational Development and Leadership from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, an MPH from Drexel University, and a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion certificate from Cornell University. Folasshade lives in Philadelphia with her daughter. She welcomes opportunities for collaboration with openness, kindness, and joy.
Catherine Kendig: Catherine has worked at the intersection of energy, environmental policy, and business for over a decade. Her background in ecology inspires her to take a holistic approach to solving issues related to social justice and urban sustainability. She has served on the Food Moxie board for several years, served as interim ED, and currently serves as the co-chair with Folasshade.
YOU CAN ALSO USE THIS PAGE TO DONATE WITHOUT BUYING A TICKET:
Just click on “Tickets” below and you’ll see the donation option. You’ll also have the option to send a note to an honoree.
MORE SPONSORS ADDED WEEKLY!!!!
ACCESSIBILITY: The Farm at Awbury is wheelchair accessible and has wheelchair accessible bathroom options
The evening takes place outdoors on the Welcome Lawn in a tented, lit space, and under the Pavilion. There is also an Education Center with indoor bathrooms about 10 steps from the Pavilion
Pavilion: The open air Pavilion is a 1,000 sq ft structure providing shade and cover from rain while retaining the feeling of being outdoors on the farm. There is a publicly accessible porta potty in proximity to the Pavilion.
Welcome Lawn: The Welcome Lawn is an expanse of grass that stretches between the Pavilion and the Education Center where our main seating area and program for the night will be.
Education Center: The Education Center is a 1,000 sq ft building. There are two private indoor bathrooms, one on each side, and the entire building and bathrooms are wheelchair accessible
DIRECTIONS: The Farm at Awbury and Education Center 6336 Ardleigh St
By car: Entrances to the Farm at Awbury are on Ardleigh Street and Washington Lane; we ask that- with the exception of handicap visitors- guests park on the street and walk in.
By Regional Rail: There is a pedestrian entrance to the Arboretum directly across from Washington Lane Station on SEPTA’s Chestnut Hill East Line. From there, you can cross Washington Lane to visit The Farm.
By Bus: SEPTA bus routes 18 and 26 stop on Chew Ave. and the XH bus stops on Washington Lane.
- September 29
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm