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Food Banks , Soup Kitchens , Meals
« on: October 17, 2009, 10:33:58 PM »
Free Sunday Dinner

This service provides a FREE Sunday dinner once a month to everyone in need. The dinner usually takes place the last Sunday of the month or the Sunday before welfare checks are issued. Dinner is served between 3:30 and 4:30.
Provider: Humphrey Memorial United Church
Location:    95 Massey Ave.
Tel:    (506) 856-7025
Fee Structure:    Free
Available to:    Men AND Women
Targeted age group(s):    Adults, Children, Seniors, Youth
Offered in:     * English     * French

Special needs group(s):   
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Karing Kitchen

This program offers basic nutritional meals to all who come. Open 5 days a week, 52 weeks a year, we serve whoever is in need with no discrimination, from social-assistance recipients to the working poor. We serve between 350 to 500 meals a day, including 45 to 50 meals for children.
Provider: Karing Kitchen
Location:    75 Alma Street
Tel:    (506) 854-3837
Fee Structure:    Free
Available to:    Men AND Women
Targeted age group(s):    Adults, Seniors, Youth
Offered in:     * English

Special needs group(s):     

Hours:    Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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Ray of Hope Needy Kitchen

This service provides meals every day to everyone in need.
Provider: Ray of Hope Needy Kitchen, Knights of Columbus Council of St Augustines Church
Location:    340 Dominion Street
Tel:    (506) 857-4224
Fee Structure:    Free
Available to:    Men AND Women
Targeted age group(s):    Adults, Children, Seniors, Youth
Offered in:     * English     * French

Special needs group(s):       
Hours:    Doors open at 10:30 a.m. Monday to Friday; Food is served from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

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Soup Kitchen Bus, Mobile One

This service provides food to those in need on weekends and in the evenings. The following is the Winter 2007/2008 schedule: Sunday-Tuesday-Thursday, 6:00pm-Lancaster Circle (off Katherine Ave);6:30pm-Ryders Trailer Park (off Mountain Road; 7:00pm-Norman/Evans Streets (behind Harrison Trimble School); 7:30pm-Queen St. East & Lewis Street; 8:10pm-Park & High Streets; Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:00pm-The Palisades (above Mill Road); 6:30pm-Auburn Circle; 7:00pm-Beechwood St. & Joyce Avenue; 7:30pm-Mountain Road & Belleview Street (parking lot across from Moncton Museum); 8:10pm-Park & High Streets. Please note that all arrival times are approximate depending on weather and traffic conditions. Cancellation of service on any given day during winter months will be announced on local radio stations.
Provider: Mobile One Community Services Inc., Mobile One Food Pantry
Location:    128 Preston Crescent
Tel:    (506) 850-2564
Fee Structure:    Free
Available to:    Men AND Women
Targeted age group(s):    Adults, Children, Seniors, Youth
Offered in:     * English      * French

Special needs group(s):    
Web Site:    Soup Kitchen Bus
Hours:    Sunday to Saturday up to 10 p.m.

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Special Collective Kitchens

This program is for limited-income seniors and adults. A collective kitchen is a group of people who get together monthly to plan and prepare healthy meals to take home. It is a great way to save money and time while meeting new people.
Provider: Mapleton Teaching Kitchen Inc, New Brunswick, Moncton
Location:    1111 Mountain Road
Tel:    (506) 858-8252
Fee Structure:    Fee-Assisted
Available to:    Men AND Women
Targeted age group(s):    Adults, Seniors
Offered in:     * English     * French

Special needs group(s):    
Hours:    Monday to Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


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Hot Lunch Program

This program provides during the week, two meals: breakfast and supper;During the weekend,three meals. bagged lunches are given out to those in need, at 4:00 p.m. every day. On Saturdays and Sundays AFTER the 15th of each month, there is an open house (hot meal).
Provider: House of Nazareth Inc
Location:    14 Clark Street
Tel:    (506) 858-5702
Fee Structure:    Free
Available to:    Men AND Women
Targeted age group(s):    Adults, Children, Seniors, Youth
Offered in:     * English      * French

Special needs group(s):    
Web Site:    Hot Lunch Program
Hours:    24 hours a day 7 days a week
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Re: Food Banks , Soup Kitchens , Meals
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2009, 11:55:23 PM »
I've never actually been to Saint Augustine's but I hear the food there is really good.
I have to highly recommend Moncton Headstart's collective kitchen and food purchasing club. For $10.00 I get four portions of three different recipes in the collective kitchen (you can get one portion of the three recipes for $2.50), and for $15.00 I usually get about $30.00 worth of food. On a good month it might reach $45.00 and I've seen it reach as high as $67.00 one very good month.
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