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Season of Giving Food Drive

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Queen City Kitchen

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Food drives help food banks, food pantries, and soup kitchens like Queen City Kitchen collect food donations to keep their shelves stocked. Food drives are also a great way to raise awareness about hunger in your community and encourage others to help. Hunger affects every community, but many people don’t realize it.

Individuals, schools, community organizations, and businesses can all host food drives on behalf of their local food banks.

Instead of collecting food, a virtual food drive allows you to collect funds online.

Below are items that of high need:
Soap
Deodorant
Socks, hats, gloves
Laundry soap, dish detergent
Bleach
Paper towels
Toilet tissue
Disinfectant spray
Cleaning towels
Salt for (snow)
Push brooms (4)
Floor wax
Cube deep freezer
Clothing hangers
9" styrofoam plates
Cases of waters
To go 3 divider containers
Stuffing
Turkeys
Chicken
Ground beef
Bacon
Sausage
Grits
Mac and cheese
Jiffy cornbread
Block cheese/shredded cheese
Box Cake mix with icing
Green & Baked Beans,/Corns/Peas/Carrots 10" cans
Gallons of BBQ sauce
Gravy packs/jars
Tin silver pans (for cooking)
Mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, syrup

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About Queen City Kitchen

Location:

2631 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45206, US

Mission Statement

To help alleviate hunger in our community in an environment of respect, care and hospitality. The Walnut Hills Soup Kitchen provides 5 meals per week; closed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The OTR Kitchen serves 4 meals each week: closed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Description

The Queen City Kitchen in the oldest soup kitchen in Cincinnati and was founded by Reverend Thomas Bokenkotter in 1976.

Tom Geiger joined Reverend Bokenkotter in 1976 in caring for the neediest of us in our great city. Reverend Bokenkotter opened the Walnut Hills Soup Kitchen and the Walnut Hills Pantry in 1984. Each facility has a manager; all other support comes from volunteers.

Rob Lemmons is President of the QCK Board of Directors, and Shauntia Edwards serves as Executive Director. The Queen City Kitchen is a 501 c 3 Non Profit Organization.

Community
Homeless & Housing
Hunger

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Multiple locations Cincinnati, OH 45202

(39.1032,-84.50648)
 

SKILLS

  • Fundraising
  • Community Outreach
  • Multi-Tasking
  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

N/A

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