A Place at the Table

A volunteer applies sealant to a chair in Wake Forest, NC on June 26, 2020. Volunteers sanded and painted more than 30 chairs to help furnish A Place at the Table, a popular pay-what-you-can cafe serving downtown Raleigh since 2018.
A volunteer paints a chair for A Place at the Table during a work party in Wake Forest, NC on June 26, 2020. A Place at the Table is a pay-what-you-can cafe that has been serving downtown Raleigh since 2018.
A volunteer sands down a donated chair for A Place at the Table during a work party in Wake Forest, NC on June 26, 2020. The downtown Raleigh cafe provides patrons several options to pay for their meal, including volunteering with the organization.
A group of dedicated volunteers pose with a new recruit in Wake Forest, NC on June 26, 2020. The volunteers had gathered to paint a batch of donated chairs for A Place at the Table, a downtown cafe whose mission is “to provide community and good food for all regardless of means”.
A volunteer sands the leg of a chair to be donated to downtown cafe A Place at the Table in Wake Forest, NC on June 26, 2020. The volunteer day brought together more than a dozen people in an outdoor location to safely complete the project.

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Photo Credit: Bisi Cameron Yee and Activate Good’s ‘Look for the Helpers’ Photojournalism Project (See the entire collection at ActivateGood.org/Helpers)

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