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Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter
We welcome you to come volunteer!
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Schedule a tour, see what we're all about.
We welcome you to become part of the
Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter in 2016!
  
 
 
 
 
EMPTY BOWLS

Wednesday, February 17th, 6-8pm

(snow date of Feb. 18th)
$15 each (children under 5 free)
(New!!! $16 each for on-line ticket purchases:
visit the NSKS Facebook page or http://bit.ly/1NGKqmx) 

Nashua High School South Cafeteria

36 Riverside Street


Join us for this annual event to benefit the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter. The students have made and glazed over 700 clay bowls, local businesses have donated great soup and bread for everyone to enjoy! The NHSS Jazz Band will be playing, students and friends volunteering, and a silent auction of business donations and artwork from local artists will be held in the foyer.

Checks and credit cards will be accepted.

Keep and enjoy your clay bowl as a reminder of those less fortunate long after the event. The number of hungry and homeless continues to grow, and by coming to this event we can help them. We greatly appreciate your spirit of giving and helping those with truly empty bowls. We will make sure no one goes home hungry.

Please contact Robin Peringer if you have any questions at peringerr@nashua.edu

STAY AS LONG AS YOU LIKE

This event organized by the Nat’l Art Honor Society

Tickets can be purchased in the Main Office of NHSS

or at the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter Business Office

$15 for physical tickets, checks made out to NSK&S, $16 for on-line tickets.

  
 
 Save the date
  Sunday, April 10, 2016 
Our 2016 
NSKS
 
Did you know you can make a donation
to honor someone special......
 
or to remember someone
who has passed away?
 
 
 
 
The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter
is in our new location!
Please visit us at
2 Quincy Street, Nashua
our phone number
is still 603-889-7770
 
donate now 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
“Hunger is not an act of God or an act of nature.  It is a choice we are making as human beings.” Marion Wright Edelman         

Poverty is a weapon of mass destruction
 
The NSKS serves the Greater Nashua area.  Community support is critical to the NSKS.  Over 70% of the funds for operating programs for those in need come from private contributions.  We are grateful for your support.