Food Philanthropy

A recent article in Food and Wine Magazine highlights how several restaurants in the San Francisco Bay area are giving back to those in need.  Commonwealth will donate $10 to a local nonprofit voted on by consumers for every tasting menu purchased.  Pizzaiolo opens his doors as a community kitchen once a month to those who cannot afford food.  And, 4505 Meats teaches butchering to recovering addicts, ex-offenders, and the homeless.  With these unique approaches, each restaurant is giving back in a different way.  What new way can you use to give back in your community?