Someone Cares Soup Kitchen Volunteers Event - September 2013

February 03, 2014

Carrington volunteers Shirley Best, Kathie Lauderdale, Rosanne Mallett, Carolyn Knickerbocker, Niky Polychronopoulous, Nancy Clifford, Lynn Joyce, Vanessa Garnica, along with family and friends, served a variety of breakfast foods to individuals in need at the Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in Costa Mesa, California. Volunteers worked the kitchen service line continuously from 9am through 11am, serving the unemployed, homeless, young children, senior citizens, and other groups in need of a home cooked meal.

Someone Cares Soup Kitchen provides a daily nutritional meal to homeless, unemployed, working poor families, senior citizens, the unemployed or under-employed, the mentally and physically challenged and children. They believe that no one should go to bed hungry on the street or otherwise. Therefore, the Soup Kitchen provides meals seven days per week.

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Thank you to our volunteers for taking time out of their weekend to make a difference in the community!