Community Soup Kitchen Feeds the Hungry

A cheerful, clean, safe, and reliable place to eat is not a privilege but a human right. Community Soup Kitchen been guided by that belief for more than four decades.

Soup kitchen cook Sherry Williams enveloped in steam while cooking. Photo credit: Community Soup Kitchen

A cheerful, clean, safe, and reliable place to eat is not a privilege but a human right. Community Soup Kitchen been guided by that belief for more than four decades, serving regular meals to our hungriest neighbors at churches and other locations in New Haven. A recent general operating support grant from The Community Foundation helped Community Soup Kitchen sustain its operations and plan for the future. #InspirationMonday

Learn more about Community Soup Kitchen on giveGreater.org.

Did You Know?

More than one in ten people in Greater New Haven, and 20 percent in the city of New Haven are food insecure, according to the 2019 Greater New Haven Community Index, the senior population.

This story is part of the Inspiration Monday story series produced by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven.