MENASHA - The Double Portion Soup Kitchen in Menasha offers some warmth to people in the Fox Valley during the cold, winter months.
It has operated within St. Thomas Church -- located at 225 Washington St. -- for the past 9 years.
Volunteers work to serve up a homemade meal in the kitchen Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for those in need. Click here to see the meal schedule.
In 2012, volunteers served -- on average -- 110 meals every day. A total of 15,730 meals were served in 2012. Click here to see the annual reports from the Double Portion Soup Kitchen.
There is also a pantry to distribute non-perishable food items and hygiene products. Click here to see which items are currently, most-needed for the pantry.
FOX 11's Angela Kelly visited Double Portion Soup Kitchen for Thursday's Good Day Wisconsin. Click on the video links to your left to meet the volunteers that are making a difference, learn how the soup kitchen works and find out more how you can help.
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