Soup Kitchens have long been a part of the American communities. They serve hot meals to the homeless and hungry. Businesses, churches and other groups step up to support those who need extra help. Like many care projects, soup kitchens are affected by economic downturns and rising costs. As we globally face the effects of COVID-19, let’s not forget the non-profit soup kitchens and food pantries that rely on donations and support. Their needs and expenses do not go away, but they are increasing. They are hurting and need our community of businesses and other groups to rally behind them in support. Show your support of their efforts to feed the hungry and donate to your local food pantry or soup kitchen today.