Soup kitchen for refugees is growing but needs more support to expand its services

Published on November 21, 2018
It works like magic. Families with few resources, hardly any hope and looked upon by some with little respect, line up four times a week to be fed, offered a kind word and gesture by selfless volunteers and the possibility that their tattered lives just might improve. They are given a chance to recover from […]

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