Welcome to the website for the Carroll County Soup Kitchen. We are a non-profit, totally volunteer-run organization in Carrollton, Georgia
Our new email address: email@example.com
All meals in December were prepared by local restaurants!
Thank you --
Maple Street Diner
Terry Buchanan, Chef for THS Emergency Shelter
Max and Henry's
Roopville Road Baptist Church
Graddick Communications and Kroger teamed up again this year to sponsor "Sacks for Sacks"! This season, we received over $600! Thank you, Graddick Communications and Kroger!
Thank you, Publix management and staff--and customers--for donating $12,000 worth of food !
Thank you, The JOY FM and 1st Franklin Financial for sponsoring "T-shirts for Turkeys"
Thank you -- schools, churches, clubs, and individuals who donated canned goods. Many families will receive these throughout 2015
Many thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers--the Soup Kitchen depends on you!
Call us: 770-214-5055 -- The Soup Kitchen is closed until January 5, 2015.
E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org (email is checked daily)
What do we do? Sack lunches with three servings of soup and sandwiches are delivered to shut-ins and a hot meal is served at the Soup Kitchen from 11 a.m. until noon Monday through Friday of the last full week of each month. December has a special schedule--click here for more information. Everyone who comes into the Soup Kitchen is welcome to take home a bag with three soup/sandwich meals.
Volunteers are needed from 8:00 until about 1:00 on Soup Kitchen Week.
Lunch is also served on every Monday and every Thursday. There will be no sack lunches on the "extra" Mondays and Thursdays, but everyone is invited to come and enjoy BINGO from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m., and a hot meal from 11 a.m. until noon. Volunteers are needed from 8:30 until about 1:00. Please call or email about volunteering on these days.
Bringing a group? -- Please email us to schedule the best time for your group. Please limit groups to 8 persons. Children under 15 are welcome to volunteer, provided they are under the direct supervision of a parent. Unaccompanied children should be at least 15 years old. Groups should provide adult supervision; adult groups need a contact person.
Volunteers: For safety and health purposes, please wear closed-toed shoes and either bring a ball cap or wear a hairnet that we provide.
Please see the volunteer page for more information.
Other assistance: If you are in need of food assistance in addition to our lunches, there are many food pantries in Carroll County.
>Open Hands Ministry serves people who have a Carrollton address or who are in the Central school district. Open Hands Ministry is located at 505 Newnan Street and is open for assistance every Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. Requests for financial assistance may be made on the 1st or 3rd Wednesday of each month from 2 to 4 p.m. Directions: Go east from the square in Carrollton (toward Villa Rica). Open Hands is on the right just past the White Street traffic light.
>Bowdon Area United Christian Ministries serves people who have Bowdon addresses or who have children in the Bowdon schools. There are other food pantries located throughout Carroll County.
Click here for a list of food pantries . Click on the *Agency Service arrow for the list.
Our one fundraiser, the Empty Bowls event, was on Sunday, February 23, 2014 at the Ag Ed Center on Newnan Road.This year's event was supported by over 900 members of our community and raised over $24,000 for the Soup Kitchen! The efforts of Carol Boyd, the Artist Guild, and many, many volunteers make this event a success!
Donations of food may be delivered at 345 Beulah Church Road, Carrollton. Please call 770-214-5055 to be sure someone is at the Soup Kitchen to receive the food.
Donations of money should be sent to PO Box 2457, Carrollton, GA 30112.
Donate by credit card by clicking the link below:
Thank you for your interest in the Carroll County Soup Kitchen.
The Carroll County Soup Kitchen does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.