Belfast Soup Kitchen provides a safe community where our guests can find food, comfort and hope for the future in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.
Belfast Soup Kitchen aims to eliminate chronic hunger for the people and families of Belfast and surrounding Waldo County communities by offering nutritious food, connections to resources, educational opportunities to mitigate the associated poverty, and integration into our community as valued members.
We welcome and serve all guests that come, with no qualification. Our guests are senior citizens, working families, the unemployed, persons with intellectual or physical disabilities, veterans, children, and those who are experiencing homelessness.
Culturing compassion for those we serve
Treating our guests with dignity and respect
Providing a safe and affirming environment
Encouraging support and involvement from the larger community
Maintaining stewardship and transparency in the use of our donated resources
“I love the Belfast Soup Kitchen because it’s like another family to me, and does a fantastic job.”
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