Mission Possible: How You Can Start and Operate a Soup Kitchen
I saw your book advertised in the SUNY Binghamton Alumni News. I am a clinical social worker living in Rhode Island. Part of what I do here is run a transitional house for homeless adults. The Board and I are meeting shortly to consider new projects that we might undertake, as services for caring for the homeless population have undergone some shifts which have presented us with new challenges. We are several blocks away from a soup kitchen, so I am not sure if we would go in that direction, plus our space does not allow it, HOWEVER, I notice in your description of the book that it could be used to consider other social service options, so could you help me with this challenge?
Thank you, Kate Baker
Glowing Praise for Mission Possible:
"Almost everyone wants to do something to make a difference. Visionary leaders of the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (T.A.S.K) have made a huge difference in the lives of their patrons and in those of us who have been privileged to work with them. Mission Possible is about the best practices that have changed peoples' lives for the better through a soup kitchen. Here's the model. Make a difference!" - E. Roy Riley, Bishop, New Jersey Synod, ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)