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All Saints Soup Kitchen And Food Pantry

The All Saints Food Pantry is open two days each week providing perishable and nonperishable food items including boxed, canned, packaged, refrigerated, and frozen items.

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Capuchin soup kitchen - conner kitchen

The two kitchen/dining room sites serve full-course, nutritious meals to hundreds of men, women, and children each day. 

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christnet

The mission of ChristNet is to provide temporary overnight emergency housing assistance and other services to homeless men, women, and children.

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Fish & Loaves Community Food Pantry

Fish & Loaves makes available a wide range of canned goods, refrigerated and frozen foods, dairy products, and seasonal produce.

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Fort street open door

We are a homeless outreach program that offers a variety of services including food, clothing, hygiene kits/showers, and counseling services.

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friendship house

Friendship House is a faith-based non-profit organization located in Hamtramck offering help with basic human needs to residents, such as food and clothing, and providing assistance in gaining the tools necessary to achieve self-sufficiency.

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st. christine soup kitchen and food pantry

St. Christine's Soup Kitchen provides hot, nutritious meals on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

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st mary giving basket food pantry

Mary’s Meals: All in need of a hot nourishing meal are welcome.

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CASS COMMUNITY SOCIAL SERVICES - SCOTT BUILDING

Cass prepares and serves one million meals a year. Our food comes from our community garden and food rescuers like our friends at Gleaners and Forgotten Harvest.

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CASS COMMUNITY SOCIAL SERVICES - world building

Cass prepares and serves one million meals a year. Our food comes from our community garden and food rescuers like our friends at Gleaners and Forgotten Harvest.

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