Cafe Works To End Hunger In Tulsa

A pay-what-you-can cafe is bringing people in Tulsa together while cutting down on hunger in the area.

StoneSoup Community Ventures started a pop-up cafe Tuesday at the Greenwood Cultural Center.

It offered fresh, local meals that were healthy, and that is alleviating pressure on the local food banks.

Organizers say they are bringing a different approach to Tulsa's hunger problem.

"We bring people together in community and offer everyone the opportunity, whether they can pay or not for the food, to dine together at a table, says Christy Moore, Founder and CEO of StoneSoup. "It allows people to see one another as human beings, share stories and bridges the divide we sometimes find in our lives," Moore says.

Tuesday's cafe was the third of its kind in our community.

No word yet on when the next event will be.