the ELISHA project Bodega is a concept which brings back the corner store as the main community artery. They are installed in the heart of the community as a standalone or within the confines of a proven community champion.
The Street Kitchen concept is a outdoor, family-style restaurant which operates in disadvantaged neighborhoods throughout the United States. The program is designed to feed communities and utilizing volunteers from across social and economic spectrums, fostering integrated communities.
“EP Saturdays” is our signature offering and launched the entire project. It consists of people coming together and in a three-hour span making and taking meals to the streets. That program has grown with the need and it is now “EP Share Markets.” We are still taking it to the streets. The difference now is that we bring over 40K lbs to share.
EP 4 Veterans
the ELISHA project was founded by a disabled Marine Corps Veteran and his wife. The number of Veterans in need continues to grow nationally and locally and that is unacceptable. We at the ELISHA Project are committed to addressing the pressing needs of Veterans through direct service, and referral networks. Don’t hesitate to reach out.