More than a soup kitchen
Manna has been serving quality balanced meals in a safe and respectful environment since 1985. While our community kitchen is the core of our organization, the overall goal of Manna is to help our clients gain greater self-sufficiency through our expanded programs and services. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Daily meal for our community
We provide quality, balanced meals seven days a week in a safe and respectful environment. Everyone is welcome to join us for a meal, no questions asked.
Job training and life skills
Manna’s Culinary Program was established in 2014 as a way to help people gain the necessary skills to secure a job in the food service industry.
fresh food for the people
Our onsite garden, Manna Market, and CSA shares provide affordable, local, organic vegetables to those who experience barriers attaining healthy foods.
meals for our local students
In an effort to feed children in need outside of Manna’s normal operating hours, a weekly take-home backpack program was established in 2010.
During client service hours, Manna staff members and volunteers hold open office hours, offering community resources and vouchers for basic needs.
Manna Has Evolved
Because of all the support Manna receives from our great community and organizations, both statewide and national, Manna has evolved from just your traditional soup kitchen. We still serve daily meals, provide bus tokens and help with IDs, but now we have an entire market, and anyone can come and shop for groceries, get help with signing up for SNAP, and so much more now can be accomplished at the new Manna. Everyone is welcome here at Manna. Please visit today.
Meals served in 2021
Pounds of food donated in 2021
Volunteer hours in 2021
Your Contribution Can Help Achieve A Solution
Your generosity has the capacity to change the lives of many. When you support Manna, you are creating opportunity. This may be the opportunity to enjoy a hot meal; to feed a student through the school year; to pay for an ID that can help attain employment or housing; or to plant a garden of fresh vegetables for community members to enjoy.