soup kitchen

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soup kitchen

a place or mobile stall where food and drink, esp soup, is served to destitute people
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Donations provide meat to food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters.
Masbia is New York City's only kosher soup kitchen, with a large Orthodox Jewish clientele.
Twist Soup Kitchens was set up in Galway 14 months ago but, due to demand, has expanded to five other locations - Athlone, Loughrea, Sligo, Roscommon and Tuam, and two more are in the pipeline.
It is humiliating and shameful that we have food banks, soup kitchens or pay day loans in the UK - this is decades of government incompetence which can never be forgiven.
For foreigners to be given precedence in soup kitchens is mocking the British public in the extreme.
One of the HR managers got into contact with a local soup kitchen through an organization called Elijah's Promise.
but the doors of the Roman Catholic house of worship's soup kitchen have been open since 7:15 a.
Maybe, a homeless "throwaway" teen who narrates this short novel, lives with her tribe of fellow street kids in Manhattan, sleeping under bridges and in abandoned buildings; spanging (begging for spare change), washing windshields and running various street schemes, from dealing to juggling, for money; dumpster diving and grabbing rare meals from soup kitchens when they can.
Soup kitchens aren't allowed in residential neighborhoods without specific permission from the city, planning supervisor Colin Stephens said.
These campuses feed their excess to soup kitchens, pig farms or let it rot in the compost.
Community service can include volunteering in soup kitchens, libraries, or nursing homes.