Restaurant-style soup kitchen serves patrons with dignity
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For those who have fallen on hard times, visiting food banks and soup kitchens can be an embarrassing necessity, and the experience can have a horrendous effect on people's self-worth. Now, a soup kitchen in Kansas City, Missouri, is attempting to combat this by rethinking the way it operates. At Kansas City Community Kitchen, instead of waiting in line for their meal, visitors are shown to a table and served by a waiter. The Kansas City Community Kitchen is run by local non-profit Episcopal Community Services, and was revamped earlier this year to create a more dignified experience. Volunteers cook…
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