Collaborating with Crossroads Community Services, (a Manhattan-based NGO that provides meals, groceries, food rescue, and shelter programs), they took part in two projects – Street Fare and the Erase Hunger Project.
First, the agency created a pop-up like no other. The Erase Hunger Project Pop-up was designed to be shown at street food markets and food fairs – where all New Yorkers gather for food.
The pop-up offered free packets of eating utensils, and invited people to grab one to eat their snack, lunch or dinner with. But that's not all: On the back of each packet was a card that reminded people to share with the hungry and homeless living on the street. The card listed the time and place when delicious food is given out at Crossroads Community.