Join Community Food Advocates for a Festive Open House This Thursday



During this season of gift-giving, it’s important to remember that it’s also a great time to give to charitable organizations as well. Not only can you get your donations in before the end of the tax year, but you can help during a time that is crucial for many organizations that serve folks who are less fortunate, particularly those that suffer from hunger.

Community Food Advocates aims to reduce hunger in our area in a number of ways, such as food sustainability programs, temporary food assistance and outreach programs. If you’d like to know more, this Thursday, Dec. 5, Community Food Advocates will host an open house at their offices in East Nashville. They’ve invited some friends to come make it a festive occasion, too. There will be hot chicken from Hattie B’s, raw and vegan treats from My Poor Tired Liver and tasty beverages from Fat Bottom Brewing. In other words, a little something for everyone.

The event is free to attend, but be sure to bring a nonperishable item or two to stock the pantry and some money to browse gifts they’ll have for sale. In addition to food and drinks, there will be door prizes as well. Keep up with the latest information on the Facebook event page.

Community Food Advocates Open House
with Hattie B’s, My Poor Tired Liver, and Fat Bottom Brewing
604 Gallatin Ave., Suite 211
Thursday, Dec. 5
5-8 p.m.

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