Soup Kitchen

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A facility that provides meals for homeless and other disenfranchised persons
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The food items will be donated to the designated food bank, pantry or soup kitchen at the conclusion of the Challenge.
During the plentiful years of the Celtic Tiger, few would have envisaged soup kitchens making a return to these shores.
John parish opened its soup kitchen seven years ago this week, Rev.
Two days later, the soup kitchen invited Katie to help serve the cabbage.
American Legion officers did not check with city officials before the soup kitchen opened, figuring it fell within the traditional use of the building as well as the Legion's mandate to serve the community, post adjutant Frank Blair said.
Robin Walker, business unit director at Heinz, said: ``We're delighted that UK soup kitchens will find a good use for the old stock.
For that alone, HOME deserves a much wider audience, but for now bus stations, shelters and soup kitchens will have to do.
The City Mission, which runs a number of soup kitchens, gets donations of unsold sandwiches and soups from nearby restaurants.
In January alone, food pantries and soup kitchens turned away 59,000 people, more than half of whom were children, the report said.
In the unofficial Washington of the shelters and soup kitchens and the streets in between few people are as well known as Michael Kirwan.
There is evidence that the use of emergency food relief (EFR) in the United States--primarily through soup kitchens and food pantries--grew dramatically during the early 1980s and has continued at high levels (Brown 1987; Phisicians Task Force 1985; U.