From farm and street to table together



San Francisco has a well known reputation as a city with a homelessness challenge. How do you help people overcome the barriers to getting a stable job and get off the streets when they don't have access to the basic resources the majority of people have like clean clothes or a place to shower for a job interview?

Farming Hope is tackling that challenge by creating an experience building program where they help people build resume experience through a unique dining experience all in itself. If you are able to afford it, you pay $55. If you are homeless the meal is free. All of it prepared by homeless men and women. Read more about it at Fast Co. The program goes well beyond just cooking a meal. It's worth your time to have a read.

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