“A Place at the Table” outlines ordinances, policies, and tactics that discourage or prohibit individuals and groups from sharing food with homeless persons. The report highlights twenty-three communities from across the country that have made it more difficult for people experiencing homelessness to get food. Alternative solutions and programs to penalizing food sharing activities are highlighted in the report as well. The authors argue that instead of limiting access to food, city leaders must look towards alternatives, including working with food sharing groups, promoting innovative programs in their communities, and utilizing federal nutrition programs.