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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My step-mum was visiting last week and I was in the bath when there was a knock in the door, it was a volunteer from a soup kitchen and one of their homeless had returned the purse.
At the soup kitchen, we got a Dixie cup of broth and a tiny piece of bread and that was the most food that they had for days.
Every year we wonder if the soup kitchen will survive, but it always seems as though someone steps in with wonderful support; our bank balance has never been so healthy
The soup kitchen has served more than 1 million midday meals over its 35-year history.
Your Soup Kitchen run by charity One |Ummah has been serving up pizza to those in need.
The week before he died the soup kitchen bought him trainers.
McGovern said the people served at the Worcester soup kitchen run the gamut from people who are homeless to people who are down on their luck and need a little help while they look for work.
The project started in 2009 to help vulnerable children in Katutura, and to teach life skills to the parents of the children of Havana Soup Kitchen.
The soup kitchen serves breakfast for shelter guests daily.
He revealed: "I don't know what I'd do if I hadn't got the soup kitchen to get something to eat.
We need to get ready for growing potatoes now, which will also be used at the new soup kitchen," said Hodgson.
Before parting company my son asked the gent if he would be going to the local soup kitchen for his meal that evening and to have a wash, "No" the gent replied "Not to that one, the soup kitchens in the centre of London will only feed foreigners, if I want a meal I have to go to the outskirts of London.