Stay tuned for the next E4E DC!

Our next dinner will be January 25 or February 1.  Stay tuned for details!  

Easy as Pie to Support Eat for Equity

“We don’t want a bigger slice of the pie. We want a different pie.” – Winona LaDuke, whose nonprofit was one of Eat for Equity’s benefitting organizations Eat for Equity is baking a new kind of pie. We’re making it from scratch, and building a culture of generosity through sustainable community feasts. We’re rolling it out together, […]

E4E4E4E: Saturday, November 23

Dine with us to support Eat for Equity Seattle! To mark our one-year anniversary, we are having our first ever E4E4E4E: Eat for Equity for Eat for Equity to celebrate this incredible community – of which you are an essential part! In the last year, we became an official E4E branch, we’ve held six beautiful […]

The House that You Built

Let me take you on a tour of the tiny house that You built. Almost 50 people built this Home together. Thanks and appreciation for Aaron B., Aaron S., Abby, Adam, Alison, Ann, Anna, Brian, Brianna, Caroline, Celia, Clara, Cody, Dimple, Eddie and Seward Redesign, Emily T., Emily U., Emilie, Greg and Treshby, Heidi, Iris, […]

E4E Stamford for Paint The Town Pink: Saturday, October 19

Eat For Equity Stamford is celebrating its first birthday! Please join us as we honor a very special movement in Stamford, CT. Paint The Town Pink is a campaign that takes place every October to celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Paint the Town Pink stresses the importance of screening and early detection and spreads the word about […]

Brown Rice/Black Sesame Salad

This salad is sweet, tangy, and savory, and is adapted from the incredible, Heidi Swanson’s lovely and always delicious blog. We used brown rice instead of the buckwheat soba noodles used in her version – both grains are nutty and sweet. Ingredients (serves 6) 1 teaspoon pine nuts 1 teaspoon sunflower seeds 1/2 cup […]

E4E for Transit for Livable Communities

This month’s Eat for Equity will benefit Transit for Livable Communities! Your supper money will support TLC’s advocacy, organizing, and research towards a transportation system that encourages transit, walking, bicycling, and thoughtful development. They aim to transform Minnesota’s transportation to strengthen community, improve health and opportunity for all people, foster a sound economy, and protect […]

Join us Oct 19 for a dinner to benefit DC Greens!

Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 7:00pm Join us for a fall feast to benefit DC Greens!$20 suggested donation ~ more if you can, less if you can’t. Donations accepted at the door via cash, check, or credit card. All are welcome to this family-friendly community dinner, but please RSVP via Facebook or email at dc(at)eatforequity(dot)org. […]

A Year of Many Homes

By Emily Torgrimson In the last year, I’ve lived with a newborn and with newlyweds. I’ve lived with teachers, a writer, a lawyer in training, graphic designers, an explorer, a park ranger. I’ve lived in a castle like mansion, a basement apartment, a cooperative duplex, a hobby farm. I’ve lived in different parts of the […]

E4E Minneapolis for Walk-in Counseling Center: Saturday, September 21

Our September event will support Walk-In Counseling Center.  Your supper money will benefit Walk-In’s work to provide free, no-appointment-needed mental health counseling to people who need someone to talk to, but have nowhere else to go for help.  Since 1969, Walk-In has used professional volunteer clinicians to provide the counseling, and nearly 2,000 people are […]