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In speaking to the Lt, we think it might be more feasible if the soup kitchen is mobile. So instead of persons coming to us, we might be going to them! We have several elderly and low-income communities right in our backyard but, it always helps for the poor and disabled if we can be as close to them as possible. We have also been given a very informal nod from a couple of local charities. They have stated the community could really use the help!

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It’s very exciting because these canteens have functional kitchens and generators, or so I’m told. The good news is, I don’t need to be a total expert now. We still have a month to plan.

The Salvation Army has done this for quite some time. I’m sure we can figure it out. But please, say a quick prayer for all those involved in our en devour.  We yearn to serve and hope we can do as well as possible.

And if you have a few bucks for the hungry, we would love your help!

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As you might have noticed, a donations tab has been established. I have done a little research and soup is costly!

Around $40.00 for a large pot. The pots we use should feed around 60 people each. Then, of course, there is fruit, peanut butter, utensils, ect. So as you can see, this is a big endeavor! Hence, the request.

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Calls and e mails have been put out to let other charities in the area know we plan on starting up. We haven’t heard much back yet. Truthfully, they are busy feeding people!

So there is a lot to do in a little over a month. Communication, funds, fliers, cleaning, and prayer.

Please pray for us that we will serve well and fill the need presented in our community. Please help us spread the word to others!  We need your help!

I’ll fight!