BRINGING “FOOD FOR THOUGHT” TO THE CHESTER COUNTY COMMUNITY Community Conversations on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

(West Chester, PA – January 20, 2021): The Chester County Community Foundation is pleased to announce a social justice program open to community members to engage in meaningful conversations. The series, Food for Thought: Community Conversations will be held for free on Zoom, beginning January 26th at noon. Subsequent programs will be held the third Tuesday of each month through July.

Food for Thought began as a series to help nonprofit board and senior staff members explore topics to help nonprofits grow and thrive. The program has developed into an inclusive gathering to enlighten and engage on community issues. The vision of The Community Foundation is to be a philanthropic catalyst for positive change, strategically and intentionally engaging donors and partners to address the common good, while transforming our region into a better place for all. This program aims to guide Chester County towards a healthier, happier, and more equitable future.

Sessions will be held on January 26th and monthly on the third Tuesday of the month. The program will begin at noon with an intro, the streaming of a TED Talk related to a social justice topic, followed by a moderated discussion. Topics range from racism, LGBTQ+ issues, disabilities, and inclusion/discrimination. To register or for more information on dates, speakers or topics, please visit, or call (610) 696-8211.


About the Chester County Community Foundation

Headquartered in West Chester’s historic Lincoln Building, the Chester County Community Foundation connects people who care with causes that matter so their legacy philanthropy makes a difference now and forever. The Community Foundation holds nearly $70 million in trust and annually awards $3.5 million in grants and scholarships.