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  • John Wynn

    Hoping to get this going in my community...our group gets together next Friday...

  • maldita

    I wish we could do this in the Philippines...but the dietary side may not be culturally acceptable...soup, salad and bread over here are not the "de rigeur" meals for around 85% of the population but instant noodles, sardines and a ton of rice are...I know, I know, our national nutrition is Third World and really unhealthy :(

    • Amy Kaherl

      Maybe there is something culturally that could be shared. The food is generally something that gets people in the door and something that is a common experience.

  • Lamin Swann

    will be presenting about the idea of micro-granting dinners in Lexington, KY this afternoon

    • Amy Kaherl

      let me know if you have any questions in the planning phase if you begin to create the dinner!

  • storytellerkp

    Fantastic idea! Love the community, contributing and creating. Keep up the great work. I'll check to see if there are any groups near me. Love the idea! A friend does Chaos Cooking which is a pot luck where everyone brings their ingredient s & cooks together. It also is a GREAT way to connect. However, I LOVE Love Love the Social Change aspect of your project!

  • Maria Carkagis

    I'm taking this idea to my community leaders who are currently engaged in canvassing the community for change ideas!

  • Jeff Nelder

    So awesome- people gathering to create social change, finding friends with which to do more, sometimes meeting their soul-mates...resonates with the offline founding story of GOOD.

  • Annemarie Spitz

    I've been to a similar event in St Louis (check out Sloup: I found it such a lovely way to meet engaged members of my community and be a patron for art and social change. Plus the soup was delicious! Thanks to all the organizers out there who empower folks with a time, place, and reason to come together to collectively imagine, fund, and act.