How & why
Our goal is to alleviate the pain of hunger
by providing nutritious
meals, free of charge,
Are you looking to
Dedicated individuals from various churches
and the public generously
give their time and talent to make
this program possible.
OUR CURRENT APPROACH TO
Friendly reminder that The Soup Kitchen continues to operate with vigilant Health & Safety policies as we navigate our way through 2021 to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
In accordance with Niagara Region Public Health, we will continue to serve bagged lunches at our doors for the foreseeable future, in efforts to keep both our clients and staff safe and healthy. All the while, we continue to prioritize our mission, which is to provide fresh & nutritious food to those in need in our community, without judgement, and with dignity and respect.
We are disappointed to report to our eager and dedicated volunteers that we will not be requesting volunteer help in the kitchen at this time for health and safety reasons - aside from volunteers assisting in pick-ups, drop-offs, security help, and our garden volunteers. If you are unable to help in those ways and still eager to get involved, we encourage you to donate in other ways (if you are able) such as:
- Donating food items (canned proteins such as canned tuna, canned salmon, canned beans, penne pasta, pasta sauce, cream soups, dressings, canned fruits, grocery gift cards).
- Donating financially through our website (CLICK HERE)
- Sharing our mission via Facebook or Instagram, or through Word-of-Mouth
Please feel free to contact us for more information about giving to The Soup Kitchen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note we welcome anyone in need to visit The Soup Kitchen to receive a healthy & hearty meal, 7 days a week from 11:30am-1:00pm. Thank you to our supporters, donors, volunteers & all those in the community for your thoughtful contributions and care to The Soup Kitchen during these times.