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#RefugeesGR: Support Soul Food Kitchen & Refugees in #Greece

Day after day, Soul Food Kitchen cooks hundreds of hot meals for homeless Greeks and refugees in Thessaloniki. The Soul Food Kitchen turned into a new car, after their food truck broke down. Now they are in desperate need of money to pay for the insurance and taxes on the car, and to to continue their work.

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Written by Riot Turtle

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Soul Food Kitchen have expanded their work over the last couple of months and are looking to continue to do so. At the moment, Soul Food Kitchen volunteers cook 2 hot meals a day each, and distribute them to about 400 homeless Greeks and refugees in the streets and parks of Thessaloniki every day. Since European border closures in March 2016, tens of thousands of refugees remain stuck in countries like Greece and Serbia. 

Video: Soul Food Kitchen volunteers at work in Thessaloniki on February 4th, 2017:

Soul Food Kitchen is a small private group, that cooperates with groups like Cars of Wuppertal and others in order to make their operation possible. This year the winter is harsh, and many people are living in tents in state camps, or on the streets and parks of northern Greece.

Small groups like Soul Food Kitchen are flexible and adapt to daily needs quickly and efficiently. Soul Food Kitchen cooks for about 400 people every day and if you want to support their work you can donate directly through PayPal. Their PayPal adress is: anjatedesko@gmail.com

You can also join the Soul Food Kitchen crowdfunding campaign (Click on the photo below):

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3 thoughts on “#RefugeesGR: Support Soul Food Kitchen & Refugees in #Greece

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