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Looking to get involved with public service? Mobile Soup Kitchen and H.O.P.E. are a great way to serve your community! Meet new people, make new friends, and make a difference in the life of someone!

Check out this great campaign in Vancouver, Canada for homeless awareness:

Instead of being designed to thwart a good sleep, these park benches in Vancouver fold out into miniature shelters.
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Hello everyone! Mobile Soup Kitchen will return this SATURDAY, April 26th, for the last trip of the semester! Meet us at the bottom of the Lauinger Library step...s at 1pm to share soup and conversation with the homeless at Franklin Park. We will be back to campus by 3:30pm. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions! See you then!

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Hello everyone! Mobile Soup Kitchen will return this SATURDAY, April 26th, for the last trip of the semester! Meet us at the bottom of the Lauinger Library steps at 1pm to share soup and conversation with the homeless at Franklin Park. We will be back to campus by 3:30pm. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions! See you then!

Donate clothing and toiletries to the Georgetown Ministry Center this week!

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Hello everyone! Mobile Soup Kitchen will return this SATURDAY, April 12th! Meet us at the bottom of the Lauinger Library steps at 1pm to share soup and conversation with the homeless at Franklin Park. We will be back to campus by 3:30pm. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions! See you then!

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Looking for something to do this Saturday afternoon? Come on out to the bottom of the Lau steps at 1pm for this week's Mobile Soup Kitchen trip! Share soup and ...conversation with the homeless at Franklin Park, just blocks from the White House. We will be back to campus by 3:30pm. See you then!

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Looking for something to do this Saturday afternoon? Come on out to the bottom of the Lau steps at 1pm for this week's Mobile Soup Kitchen trip! Share soup and conversation with the homeless at Franklin Park, just blocks from the White House. We will be back to campus by 3:30pm. See you then!

Mobile Soup Kitchen runs again this Saturday! Find us in the white CSJ van at the bottom of the lau steps and come help deliver soup to the homeless community in Franklin Square!

Come on out for Mobile Soup Kitchen's launch TOMORROW at 1pm at the bottom of the Lau steps! We should be back to campus by 3:30. Feel free to contact Mary Nancy at mnw24@georgetown.edu if you have any questions. We're looking forward to seeing you and serving the homeless of Franklin Park!

Mobile Soup Kitchen will be running for the first time this year on Saturday February 1st! Join us by the Lauinger Library steps at 1 PM if you'd like to help bring soup to the homeless of Franklin Park. We will be back by four the latest. Bring friends!

Check out this relevant article from yesterday's edition of the Washington Post:

Wintry onslaught heightens desperation of homeless families seeking emergency shelter in D.C.
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Mobile Soup Kitchen is picking up steam this semester! Get excited!

It's great to see messages like this being passed around on Facebook. Pass it on!

DC/MD/VA Residents: If you see a homeless person sleeping or just cold with nowhere to go, please take note of the cross streets and what type of clothes they are wearing, and call 1-800-535-7252.

It's very cold. With wind chills, it feels between 7-10 degrees. The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness will pick them up and transport them to a free shelter!! Help a stranger in need and share this info! Pass it on.

Interested in learning more about how you can fight hunger and homelessness? The General Interest Meeting for H.O.P.E. (Mobile Soup Kitchen's parent organization) will be held tomorrow night at 8pm in ICC 118. See you there!

Think that issues of hunger and homelessness in the D.C. area have improved? Check out this column from the Washington Post, and join us for one of HOPE's weekly programs!

Food bank chief, at end of career, says hunger problem has spread to middle class in Washington region.
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Interested in checking out some of HOPE's other programs? Join our group on Hoya Link and a weekly schedule of events will be sent to your inbox. Check out Phil Sidoti's tale of his first time at Knit for the Needy for a look at one of HOPE's most relaxing programs.

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