Updates For Flooded Area and Survivors
Karing Kitchen wouldn't be possible without the support of
the Oneida Area Coucil of Churches, United Way of Oneida, N.Y., those in the community, The First United Methodist Church, and those at the Food Bank.
What we're about.
Volunteers from numerous Churches, Youth Groups, and other Civic Organizations help serve lunch, from 11:30am-1pm, with a coffee hour at 10:30am at this local based soup kitchen. Every day of the last full working week of each month a hot lunch is served to members of the community at no cost. Take outs are available as well. Karing Kitchen, however, is not just a lunch. At Karing Kitchen we offer an environment where anyone can come as they are and feel comfortable, have someone to talk to, a shoulder to cry on, and someone who cares for them. Karing Kitchen is about "providing a nutritous hot meal, ensuring food security and advocating for a person's rights and responsibilities." says Coordinator Melissa King.
An organization that financially supports Karing Kitchen and other local food pantries is the Oneida Area CROP Walk.
For more on Karing Kitchen please check the Local News .