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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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It's 1pm in Athlone and the year-old soup kitchen on the town's Sean Costello Street has been dishing out free food to customers since 10am.
Parishioners hope to retrofit the one-story, 5,500-square-foot structure into a new soup kitchen that could feed up to 250 daily.
If kids can grow even one vegetable plant and donate it to a local soup kitchen, we can make a huge difference in the fight against hunger.
Lynn Redhead, customer services administrator at the Holy Jesus Hospital, says: "The General Soup Kitchen was set up as a business, not a charity, and it ran for 11 years - between 1880 and 1891.
Post members supplied that information to city officials, who concluded that the soup kitchen, which is open to the public, represented a more intensive use of the property than any of the other activities, including the bar.
But it's their deluxe sushi that is rapidly becoming the most sought-after dish in the soup kitchen.
The increased role of soup kitchens and food pantries in providing support to the poor has raised two sets of public policy concerns: (1) why is there a need for an EFR system and (2) does the EFR system adequately meet the demand for its services from recipients?
In 1985, Gelberg and six medical students left their white lab coats at home and sought out the homeless at beaches, parking lots and soup kitchens.
Second Harvest Heartland serves 59 counties in Minnesota and western Wisconsin, and distributes 30 million pounds of food to 800 non-profit member agency programs annually, including food shelves, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, senior community centers and children's after-school programs.
Contract notice: "serving soup kitchens at the ministry of defense lots.
Our network of more than 200 food banks distributes food and groceries to 61,000 food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters that help low-income Americans.
Sixteen year-old Malcolm Drenttel, a sophomore at Hopkin's School, will spend his summer altruistically, growing organic vegetables on a sloping half-acre Whitneyville lot, Mill Rock Farm, for donation to New Haven soup kitchens, to help those less fortunate eat more healthfully.