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BSM in the News

The work and life of Broad Street Ministry is often highlighted in The Inquirer and The Daily News, and Breaking Bread was showcased on Radio Times, a local NPR news program.  Broad Street Ministry has graciously been given a voice in the political and social arena, and we will continue to use that voice to speak against injustice and to alleviate the suffering of our hungry and homeless neighbors.

Check out the most recent articles below!

Farm for the City: Growing an urban garden near City Hall to fight food insecurity
By Zari Tarazona | Generocity | Jul. 24, 2018 4:26 pm

Pop-Up Garden Providing Fresh Fruits, Vegetables For People In Need
By Anita Oh | Philadelphia CBS Local | June 15, 2018 at 6:20 pm

You Can Now Visit a Tiny Farm in Front of City Hall
by CLAIRE SASKO |PhillyMag | June 15, 2018, 11:29 a.m.

Evening meals now offered at Hub of Hope in Center City
By: Michael D’Onofrio | Philadedlphia Tribune | May 11, 2018

10 reasons to resist work requirements for Medicaid and food stamps | Opinion
By: Michael McKee | The Inquirer April 23, 2018 — 11:17 AM EDT

FINDING THE OTHER IN BROTHERLY LOVE
By: Michael Dahl | The Philadelphia Citizen | March 27, 2018

Broad Street Ministry Announces Partnership To Provide Medical Care To Homeless
CBS Philly | February 23, 2018, 2:53 PM

Groundbreaking Partnership Connects Homeless People to Vital Health Care Services
Business Wire | February 15, 2018, 3:04PM

A Place at the Table
CBS Sunday Morning News |November 12, 2017, 10:50 AM

How Charity Groups Are Using ‘Radical Hospitality’
By Charley Lanyon at GrubStreet | September 7, 2017, 1:44pm

Philly’s homeless artists get their own gallery show
by DANYA HENNINGER at BillyPenn | May 6, 2017

Philly Takes Top Honors at the James Beard Awards
by Rachel Vigoda at Eater Philly | May 2, 2017, 7:45am

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