Members of Dignity Detroit volunteer their time at the Capuchin Soup Kitchen

4390 Conner Avenue 
Detroit, MI


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Larry J Parks

Every 2nd & 4th Friday  

3:306 p.m.  

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The Capuchin Soup Kitchen serves the needy people of the Detroit Metropolitan area primarily by providing emergency services such as food, clothing, furniture, and appliances.

Two distinct populations of people are served: chronically poor people and people who are having a temporary crisis.
The chronically poor are people who lack effective support systems to overcome problems such as mental illness, substance abuse, physical disabilities, emotional instability, little or no education, and low self-esteem.

They may never fully overcome their challenges and may need external resources like the Capuchin Soup Kitchen for the rest of their lives.

Many clients depend on the soup kitchen on a regular basis.

In order that the spirit and life of individuals be truly healed, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen strives to provide encouragement, direction, and material assistance to Detroit's poor people.
The Capuchin Soup Kitchen works with other community agencies to promote growth and wholesome independence among clients.

Members of Dignity Detroit volunteer their time every  Friday from 3:30-6:00 PM.
Every client is treated with respect and dignity.
Every person who comes to the kitchen for assistance is welcomed, without regard to race, sex, age, color, national origin, religious preference, or handicap.

Members of Dignity Detroit have been long-time volunteers at the soup kitchen on Conner Avenue in Detroit.

Please follow the links below to find more information on the Capuchin Soup Kitchen:

Visions of the Sacred-The Capuchin Soup Kitchen of Detroit
Capuchin Soup Kitchen Contact Information