Project Helping volunteers will help serve food/beverages to indoor dining guests waiter style, assist with takeout food distribution and kitchen duties.
601 West 114th Street
New York, NY 10025
11:45 – 12:30 – Volunteers arrive and get ready to serve lunch
12:30 – 1:30 – Lunch is served
1:30-2:00 – Soup Kitchen door closed
Closed toed shoes
T-shirt and pants (clothes you don’t mind getting dirty)
Hair tie for those with long hair
Not much street parking, public transportation is advised
Volunteers will enter through double glass doors on the 114th side of Broadway Presbyterian Church and tell security you are there to volunteer
Check in with your Project Helping lead when you arrive. They will be wearing Do Good. Feel Good. gear, and will stick with you during the entire experience to make sure you have a blast!
For nearly 40 years, Broadway Community has lovingly prepared warm, healthy, and delicious multi-course meals for all who hunger – whether in mind, body, or spirit. During the best of times and the worst of times, our soup kitchen has been a welcoming and generous island of stability for thousands of New Yorkers experiencing homelessness, chronic hunger, and poverty. Abundance is at the center of our soup kitchen’s philosophy: We don’t just serve calories – we serve compassion, deliciousness, and dignity. Each meal is carefully prepared by our professional Chef and is completely free. At our Four-Star Soup Kitchen, we pride ourselves on treating all Guests like royalty.
Our mission at Project Helping is to improve mental wellness through accessible experiences that create purpose and community. By volunteering with us, you can meet new people, make a difference in your community, and improve your mental wellness! Learn more at projecthelping.org/volunteer