My capstone project was to establish a weekly pop-up community food distribution to alleviate the food shortage in my neighborhood. My research included scholarly publications, internet reports, and crucial interviews with members of the neighborhood community and charitable groups, especially BunnyHop Philadelphia. The systemic aspect of food shortage, the practicalities of food distribution, and community-specific requirements were all addressed by this multimodal study strategy. I used this information to create a sustainable, scalable business that successfully provided locals with access to reasonably priced, wholesome food alternatives. Weekly pop-ups were held, and they were continually improved based on community input and ongoing reflection on the project’s success. This initiative placed a strong emphasis on teamwork and leadership, and it had a significant influence on my neighborhood by emphasizing the value of a healthy diet and building better community ties. I gained essential knowledge about logistics, community involvement, and the need for ongoing improvement in any endeavor. The initiative illustrated the need for teamwork, planning, and placing an emphasis on good eating while providing practical insights into professions in community involvement, nonprofit administration, and the food and culinary sectors.