As more people suffer, we’ve seen a surge in global kindness and people taking proactive steps to generate solutions for all. From grocery shopping for the elderly to delivering meals or offering free classes online, acts of kindness during the coronavirus pandemic are providing uplifting moments of joy in a world beset by anxiety.
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Belfast Soup Kitchen to open new center in spring, addresses pedestrian accessibility to new buildingtbonneville2020-02-10T16:52:09-05:00
(Source: PenBay Pilot) "Belfast Soup Kitchen to open new center in spring, addresses pedestrian accessibility to new building" BELFAST — As construction of the new Belfast Soup Kitchen building on [...]
The evolution of the BSK is a story worth telling. From its humble beginnings as an outreach ministry of St Francis Church which realized it could no longer support the Soup Kitchen with the downturn in the economy in 2009. At that time, some parishioners and concerned citizens worked together to form a Board of Directors; and with a lawyer’s guidance, became a nonprofit.
The Belfast Soup Kitchen is celebrating Christmas and marking a big New Year's resolution
The Belfast Soup Kitchen Board of Directors has initiated a Capitol Fundraising CampaignThe Belfast Soup Kitchen Board of Directors has initiated a Capitol Fundraising Campaign to support construction of a [...]
We’re currently located in a temporary home in Reny’s plaza. Belfast Soup Kitchen is doing a brisk business serving many guests in need of delicious nutritious meals!