[NEWS] Di Bruno Bros. wants to expand where Project HOME products are sold

Project HOME residents at candle-making workshop

From the Philadelphia Inquirer

For years, poverty fighters in Philadelphia have preached the importance of business joining government to help those in need.

Di Bruno Bros., the Philadelphia-based food purveyor, has embraced the idea.

“It’s not just a City Hall problem but a Main Street problem,” said Bill Mignucci, president of Di Bruno Bros. “Business and government have to come together. We want to be part of a movement.”

Over the last two years, the company has partnered with Project HOME, the Philadelphia nonprofit that combats homelessness, by stocking products created by formerly homeless people now living at the agency, such as candles.

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