Fruit & vegetables
Toilet paper, cleaning products, toothpaste, deodorant, tampons, diapers etc.
Do you know?
Each month the Soup Kitchen serves between 3000 and 4000 meals.
Since the pandemic, that number is growing.
People in our community are going hungry.... a lot of them are children.
Diet-specific food (e.g. low-sugar, gluten-free, dairy-free, etc.), culturally appropriate food (e.g. halal, kosher, etc.), vegan and vegetarian options, nutritional supplements (infant formula, ensure, boost etc.)
Soup, pasta sauce, stews, chili, and prepared meals, oils, vinegars, coffee, tea, unsweetened juice, bottled water
The Soup Kitchen Community Centre relies on your donations to provide nutritious food to those in need.
Here is a list of items that you can donate
Household & hygiene
Special diet foods
Canned fish and meat, fresh meat and poultry, eggs, beans and legumes, and peanut butter
Fresh, dried and canned fruits and vegetables, and children's snacks
Cereal, rice, pasta, oats, granola bars, instant oatmeal and flour
Be a part of the change
Sault Ste. Marie Soup Kitchen Community Centre provide services to encourage self-sufficiency and improve quality of life through reducing hunger and its effects. The Soup Kitchen strives to heighten awareness of the public’s responsibility to address and prevent poverty. This is accomplished in an atmosphere of compassion and respect, working together and supporting each other in our daily lives. With your help we can make a difference in the lives of our neighbours living in poverty or at risk.
There are many ways that you can get involved. You could host an event, donate, advocate, organize a food drive, sponsor a family for a Good Food Box or volunteer to name a few. For further information on ways you can help Contact us.
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