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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This may be particularly important for the provision of soup kitchen meals.
The Foxbar soup kitchen is every Tuesday from 7pm in Foxbar Community Resource Cafe in Amochrie Road.
Funding for the CMMA Soup Kitchen came from the proceeds of its 40th anniversary benefit event, 'Dinner with the Cardinal: Share a Moment of Grace,' on February 4 at Citystate Tower Hotel in Ermita, Manila.
THE founder of three soup kitchens is planning to expand after handing out nearly half a million meals to poverty-stricken people last year.
The soup kitchen will offer people hot meals and they can pop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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.
Although Shelly gets a main meal in the Simon house every evening, the 32-year-old relies on the soup kitchen for food during the day.
Bayer CropScience's volunteer team for The Shepherd's Table Soup Kitchen, led by Percy, participates in four dedicated days of service to the organization each year.
Many city officials believe it was a similar fear, not intolerance, that led residents to speak out against the soup kitchen's move to a larger facility.
Staff are collecting food and clothes each month to be given to those on the breadline at Coventry Soup Kitchen, near Millennium Place, every Sunday.
The Helping Hands Soup Kitchen in Okahandja Park, Katutura has been chosen as the beneficiary of N$10 000 from Namibia Breweries, as part of the 2011 Windhoek Lager Ambassador initiative.
A FREE soup kitchen has been launched at a garden centre to help people hit by heavy snow.