Trinity Soup Kitchen offers Meals to go for Most Vulnerable

Written by on March 23, 2020

Trinity Soup Kitchen offers Meals to go for Most Vulnerable

By Tracy Yatsko

March 23, 2020

In the midst of shutdowns and isolations, Bethlehem’s Trinity Soup Kitchen is serving meals-to-go for the city’s most vulnerable populations.

Trinity primarily serves the homeless, mental health clients and those suffering from addictions.

Hot nutritious meals include fruit, veggies, dessert, water, and Purell wipes. Lunches can be picked up from 12 to 12:30 pm, Monday through Friday at the service window.

Trinity’s Social Services Coordinator, Liz Russo says resources are extra tight during the pandemic and people’s needs are increasing.  Most of the soup kitchen’s volunteers are part of the older, vulnerable population. She says they are taking all possible precautions to keep everyone safe.

The soup kitchen plans to continue serving the community until it is absolutely necessary to close.

Find more information about the program and donations at the Trinity Soup Kitchen website and Facebook page.



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