20 NOV 2015

Dover Soup Kitchen

I joined volunteers from the Dover Soup Kitchen and St. Paul's Catholic Church to help serve hot meals and drinks to people in need from Pencester Road car park so that I could see the fantastic work they do first hand. Dover Soup Kitchen matters to our community. It is important that we offer the help the most vulnerable in our society and support people to make positive changes in their lives.

Dover Soup Kitchen was founded in 1991 to provide free meals, hot drinks, clothes and bedding in Dover Town Centre at 6pm every evening to the homeless, vulnerable and those otherwise in need. Over 150 volunteers work on rotation to staff each session, as well as to buy and prepare all of the food they serve up.

It is wonderful to see such a committed group of volunteers come together to give to the community. Thank you to everyone who gives their time to support such a worthy cause.

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