God's Kitchen of Kenosha seeking donations to help homeless

God's Kitchen of Kenosha seeking donations to help homeless

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GOD'S KITCHEN ANNIVERSARY

The weather was just right for Saturday’s one-year anniversary of God’s Kitchen. Here, patrons plate-up grilled goods during the celebration in Uptown.

GOD’S KITCHEN ANNIVERSARY

God’s Kitchen of Kenosha is seeking donations to help the homeless and others in need.

Arnetta Griffin, who leads God’s Kitchen and provides meals in Kenosha’s Uptown community each day, said she is asking for donations of winter clothing, coats, socks, thermal wear and sleeping bags.

She also appreciates donations of gift cards to food stores including Aldi, Woodman’s or Sam’s Club that can be used to buy supplies for her meal program.

Monetary donations can be made through the website www.godskitchenofkenosha.com or can be arranged by phone by calling 262-997-7136.

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