St Francis Soup Kitchen feeds over 600 people on average per week. Our servings include full plate dinners and soup and sandwiches which we alternate. For many years back into the 1990's the Soup Kitchen has benefitted from its association with Waste Not Want Not.Each week we receive dozens of loaves of bread, baked goods, occasionally drinks, frozen soups and fried chicken. We use all that we receive. The fact is that the Soup kitchen could not serve the community's neediest and destitute with out Waste Not Want Not's support and contribution. We are dependent on them and they are completely dependable. As a Plus, the people we deal with are very nice, professional and responsible; the best!
waste not want not is a real class act when it comes to donating food the staff they have is the best around
Bread of Life is a soup kitchen located in Palatka Florida. We serve a lot lunch 7 days a week. The food we receive from Waste Nor Want Not greatly helps us to do so. We serve over 19,000 meals a year. The food we receive from then plays a very vital role in helping us to do so. Drinks, bread, cake, meats, seafood, soup - the list is endless.
The results of the redistribution efforts by Waste Not Want Not are absolutely amazing. Two million pounds of good food that would have ended up in our over-used disposal facilities have been provided to non-profit agencies that feed the poor and needy. Most of Waste Not Want Not's effort is sustained by volunteers as directed by Sandra, an outstanding Executive Director.