1 in 7 Americans struggles to get enough to eat. Our Soup Kitchen program feeds around 80 community members in Campbell County everyday. In 2015 alone, we served nearly 22,000 meals to the most vulnerable individuals and families, helping to prevent malnutrition and food insecurity in our community.
1 in 7 Americans struggles to get enough to eat. Food insecurity occurs in nearly every community in America. Research shows that unemployment can be the best predictor of food insecurity in America. 48.1 million Americans lived in food-insecure households in 2014, including more than 15 million children, according to Feed America
Our Soup Kitchen Programs offers any person with a warm, hearty, and nutritious meal. The Soup Kitchen is open 364 days of the year (4th of July is our only day off!). The Soup Kitchen provides individuals and families a safe and relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a meal together.
Our Soup Kitchen program provides homemade and nutritious meals to everyone who comes through the doors. This program feeds the young and old alike and ensures that the vulnerable members of our community are nourished. Our Soup Kitchen provided 21,866 meals in 2015 to vulnerable community members in Campbell County. This number is expected to increase for 2016.
Every person who enters our Soup Kitchen will be treated with dignity and respect. There are no qualifications in order to use our Soup Kitchen, we are free and open to the public!