The work at Holy Apostles to feed the homeless and the needy in an environment of respect and caring is outstanding.
I became familiar with the work of Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen via a fb effort to raise a modest amount of money for a match. I was bowled over by the numbers of people helped with such modest resources. But of course the financial resources are matched by the huge heart of the organization. They pull in volunteers from all over. Young people come to help for a day and I can't but believe they are changed for life. Long may they serve. They are a model of efficiency and decency.
My late husband volunteered at the Soup Kitchen every Tues. for fifteen years. We could always see the great need and invaluable service of this group. Now I am a monthly contributor. I hope the Soup Kitchen will continue until it is no longer needed. Meanwhile, pray for all who serve and those they serve.
I have a place in my heart for Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen as my Dad was a donor for many years.....I initially donated in his memory. Then I did some research and found out more about the seemingly impossible work they do! 1200 meals on average a day along with all of the additional assistance they offer! Amazing!!! I implore you to make a visit.....stop in, feel the energy and look around. People are smiling and working together to truly help others. It is a very special place. I am proud to be a monthly donor and I know my contribution is appreciated and put to very good use.