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Food Builders Pitch Challenge!

On May 12th, the Neighborhood Food Builders Pitch Challenge was held in-person, courtesy of Centers of Wellness for Urban Women. Our very own Milele Kennedy was one of the judges that scored food entrepreneurial pitches to win cash prizes to support their business endeavors. Participants include former and current Neighborhood Food Champions, a city funded professional development program.

From youth training programs to mobile food markets, the City of Indianapolis continues to fund and support community-driven ideas to build a more equitable, sustainable, and accessible food system for Indianapolis!

Learn more about Neighborhood Food Champions.

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