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The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen serves brunch, lunch and dinner in Niagara Falls

The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen serves brunch, lunch and dinner in Niagara Falls
Photo Credit - Hanna House and used with permission

The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen has not received much attention over the past several months, but with an experienced crew in the kitchen and in the dining room, they are ready to serve the underserved in the Niagara Falls, N.Y. community. Volunteers serve hot meals three days each week at their location at 1910 Falls Avenue in Niagara Falls, NY

Today, May 13, The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen posted the next three dates for hot meals to be served. Due to a limited number of volunteers, The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen currently serves brunch every Wednesday morning beginning at 10:00 a.m. In addition, the team serves dinner every Thursday night beginning at 5:00 p.m. You can also enjoy lunch on Saturday afternoon beginning at 11:30 a.m. The Lighthouse Soup kitchen is manned solely by volunteers who generously give of their time and talents. Their goal is to reclaim the neighborhoods of Niagara Falls.

The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen not only serves hot meals three times each week, but on the second Saturday of every month The Magdalene Project plays hostess to a ladies’ only dinner and Bible study. All ladies are welcome and no one is turned away.

The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen has expanded its outreach, offering a food pantry every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The food pantry is not open on Tuesdays or on the weekends. There is also a clothing pantry that is available for those that need it. All are welcome, no one is turned away. All that you need to do is register at 1910 Falls Avenue, corner of 19th Street in Niagara Falls, and you will be helped with food and clothing.

If you would like to volunteer your time and talents to The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen, please contact Rachael Monaco at or visit The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen on Facebook. The Lighthouse Soup Kitchen also welcomes donations of food and clothing. Currently the biggest need is for fresh produce and dairy products. If you prefer a monetary donation can be made, and is tax deductible.