soup kitchen


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soup kitchen

n.
A place where food is offered free or at very low cost to the needy.

soup kitchen

n
1. (Social Welfare) a place or mobile stall where food and drink, esp soup, is served to destitute people
2. (Military) military a mobile kitchen

soup′ kitch`en


n.
a place where food, usu. soup, is served at little or no charge to the needy.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.soup kitchen - a place where food is dispensed to the needysoup kitchen - a place where food is dispensed to the needy
charity - an institution set up to provide help to the needy
Translations
soupe populaire
soppkök

soup kitchen

nmensa dei poveri
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Descriptive Statistics for Variables Used in Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry Use and Coverage Equations (N = 57) Variable Name Mean Standard Deviation SKSERVED 565,63 1,287.60 FPSERVED 618.23 885.78 SKSPVPOP 19.78 29.16 FPSPVPOP 40.77 44.82 PERRURAL 54.93 26.14 SIZE 36,442.00 63,406.00 NUMPVRTY 15,911.00 20,363.00 WELFCOV 0.54 0.17 FDSTPCOV 0.69 0.17 FMR 303.07 51.85 FAMPOOR 0.59 0.953 SINGPOOR 0.17 0.049 UNITPOP 10.68 11.98 RICHPOOR 9.77 3.39 MEDINC 18,986.00 3,255.20 FEMA 46,633.00 93,511.00 SNAP 8,253.40 11,672.00 FDBK 0.912 0.29
It held its first soup kitchen in November and now holds one on Paisley High Street every Tuesday evening.
The CMMA and the organizers of the Soup Kitchen, including church workers, expect to serve some 500 parishioners and residents of nearby places.
"To walk over the threshold that says soup kitchen is a big step for many.
Speaking to the Daily Post, the politics graduate said: "I first ran a soup kitchen in Rhyl back in April and around 30 people came along.
Francis, who was born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, funded the special dessert for guests at Rome soup kitchens and shelters to celebrate his name day, the Catholic feast day of St George, or San Jorge.
"We have people asking when the soup kitchen is as soon as the school year starts," she said.
The soup kitchen and the food pantry associated with it are run by St.
He revealed: "I don't know what I'd do if I hadn't got the soup kitchen to get something to eat.
For foreigners to be given precedence in soup kitchens is mocking the British public in the extreme.
The Shepherd's Table Soup Kitchen opened in June 1980 and served 27 people on its first day.