You walk to the space and you may see different pictures depending on what side of the serving line you’re on. Both, although are receiving and giving at the same time. Allow me to take you indoors and let you know what to locate should you be an Outreach Worker.
As an Outreach Worker (OW) you see tidy, clean tables stuffed with people of each color and type loving a meal served by volunteers. There is no cost to anyone here. In fact, you are even encouraged to share. In the rear of the area could possibly be a clothes cabinet being filled to keep cool or warm those tender or filled hearts which are dear. Some places might possess a bible class necessary to attend before the meal. While there are those that would complain of this, many listen in their very own bliss.
Let us not forget all the suppliers who come at lunch and even dinner time, too. You will be astonished at the things they bring and give out. To where to get children and infant resources.
There is even a mobile health care bus that comes around the city with scheduled stops at the soup kitchen. Those in need, especially the displaced, can get their blood pressure taken and assess their blood-sugar count for Diabetes management.
The left by family and friends absorb the attention and affection from hands that serve with love. The innocent and uncomplicated are directed since the recipient’s life is in 911 to more care when a worker sits down and explains the services of 211.