Registration is available leading up to and during the event. You will need to use Zoom to access the meeting. Advance registration is recommended.
Feel free to email questions about this town hall to PatronServices@NewHavenSymphony.org.
The conversation will be led by both the New Haven Food Policy Council and the Director of Food System Policy for the City of New Haven, and will facilitate a community dialogue about the community’s needs and identify systems of inequality that perpetuate these challenges.
About the New Haven Food Policy Council
The New Haven Food Policy Council is a volunteer advisory board for the City of New Haven. Their eleven Council members are New Haven residents, appointed by the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen. They are a collaborative group working to address local and regional food issues and the impacts on individuals, communities, businesses, the environment and local government. The New Haven Food Policy Council meets on the third Wednesday of every month from 8:30 — 10 a.m. at City Hall Room 1. Council meeting are open to the public.
What is Food Justice?
New Haven Food Policy Council Current Chair Raven Blake and Past Chair Austin Bryniarski lead a recent video call presentation about Food Justice Accountability.
The Community Soup Kitchen serves free, nutritious meals and provides social services to all in a safe, respectful, and caring environment.Donate Learn More
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The New Haven Food Policy Council’s mission is to build and maintain a food system that nourishes all people in a just and sustainable manner. Their work is done in collaboration with the City of New Haven, a number of local and regional non-profit organizations, small businesses, and activists.Donate Learn More
Atelier Florian will donate $5 from each HomeCooked Music Festival menu purchase to our Food Charity partners.
The Wharf Restaurant at the Madison Beach Hotel is featuring a special week-long take out menu bundle. A $5 donation will be added on to each menu bundle purchase in support of our HCMF food partners.
100% of your donation and restaurant purchases will benefit our charity partners. The NHSO does not take any fees or profit on the HomeCooked Festival.