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Queen City Kitchen

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During the winter months, we put special emphasis on in-kind donations to support our neighbors. This year we are excited that host a virtual Angel Tree for the children of families who come to Queen City Kitchen.

Give the gift of hope during the Holidays to Children in your community by participating in our virtual Angel Tree.

Below is a link to our Virtual Angel Tree. Click the link below to sign up and select your virtual gift tag:

1: Select a virtual gift tag (using the link above).
2: Purchase a Gift.
3: Drop off Gifts to Queen City Kitchen by Tuesday December 14th.

We are open for gift drop off Tuesday/Wednesday and Thursday between 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Please email or call 513-961-1983 (Ask for Ary Green) for questions!

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About Queen City Kitchen


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.


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.

Children & Youth
Homeless & Housing


Wed Nov 24, 2021 - Fri Dec 10, 2021


2631 Gilbert AvenueCincinnati, OH 45206



  • Community Outreach


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


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