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a place where food is dispensed to the needy

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The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry distributes many types of donations to food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters.
During the plentiful years of the Celtic Tiger, few would have envisaged soup kitchens making a return to these shores.
John parish opened its soup kitchen seven years ago this week, Rev.
SPRINGFIELD - It won't cost thousands after all, but soup kitchen proponents in Springfield will need a city permit to continue feeding hungry people in the Washburne Historic District, officials have decided.
The vast majority are being given to the Salvation Army to be handed out across the country at soup kitchens.
The vast majority of the old recipe tins are being given to the Salvation Army to be handed out across the country at soup kitchens.
She and her family gave out more than 2,000 pairs of donated socks 'n' undies to soup kitchens in the Big Apple and the City of Brotherly Love.
SOME of Scotland's biggest soup kitchens have put trendy Japanese fish dish sushi on the menu.
Thousands of needy families are being turned away from New York City soup kitchens and food pantries each month because of a lack of food, according to an advocacy group that monitors emergency food programs.
They do so not as dabblers who appear at soup kitchens on Thanksgiving and Christmas to elbow into the serving line for their annual moment of soup-ladling and then depart until next year's stint of feel-good charity.
There is evidence that the use of emergency food relief (EFR) in the United States--primarily through soup kitchens and food pantries--grew dramatically during the early 1980s and has continued at high levels (Brown 1987; Phisicians Task Force 1985; U.
In 1985, Gelberg and six medical students left their white lab coats at home and sought out the homeless at beaches, parking lots and soup kitchens.