D.C.'s Taste of the Nation Raises Money to Aide the Most Food Vulnerable

By Carmen Nevins | July 1, 2019 | Food & Drink

Share our strength's No Kid Hungry campaign dished out a healthy serving of hopr for America's most food vulnerable.

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This photoboth by Soho Experiential was one of the interactive elements cooked up for guests at a night of philanthropy and fun to help end childhood hunger.

The crowd was hot and the dishes hotter as restaurants including Coconut Club, Nami Sushi, Momo Yakitori and Pisco y Nazca nourished appetites and philanthropic proclivities at the Taste of the Nation annual culinary confab which seeks to ensure all American children have access to healthy food. Mike Friedman, Tiffany MacIsaac, Gina Chersevani and Nadine Brown traded aprons for chair duties while chefs Kwame Onwuachi and Tae Strain came to the table with intimate tastings. Since launching, the organization has connected kids to more than 1 billion meals.



Photography by: PHOTO BY RODNEY BAILEY/COURTESY OF SHARE OUR STRENGTH