Our Beginnings
The Soup Kitchen at George Street United Church was opened in the Jimmy Pratt Memorial Outreach Centre with the support of Kathy LeGrow. Since its inception in January 2002 the Soup Kitchen has fed over 30,000 people without missing a Friday.

Our Future
Thanks to the patronage of Elinor Gill-Ratcliffe and government grant monies, our Soup Kitchen expanded to include a Computer Access Program. In a Needs Assessment, many Soup Kitchen clients said they required computers for job searching and internet/e-mail access. A seniors’ focus group also indicated a need for computer access.

Kitchen Services Expansion 
We are currently offering a “hot breakfast” every Monday Morning for the winter months (January-March) from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM.  Husky Energy continues to serve as the corporate sponsor and provides both financial support and volunteers . All are welcome!

Our Sponsors
Through the generous support of sponsors, we are able to provide a hot, nutritious meal to 120-140 people weekly.  We sincerely thank all our volunteers, as well as our corporate and individual sponsors for their continued support:


Pratt Foundation
Revenue Canada
City Honda
Husky Energy
Altius Resources
Murray Premises
Blue Buoy Foods
CNR Pensioners
East Coast CateringBlueDrop
Canship Ugland
Manna Bakery
Tim Horton’s (Ropewalk Lane)
CRA Social Club
Mary Browns Avalon MallL
Wood Gundy
Dept Municipal Affairs Staff
Elenor Ratcliffe
Capital Hyundai
Stewart McKelvey-Lawyers
Delta Hotel
Ryan and Lesley Gates
The Keg
The United Way
Production Services NetworkCNLOPB

How You Can Help The Jimmy Pratt Memorial Soup Kitchen at George Street United Church:

  • volunteer in the Soup Kitchen on Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. or help in our Breakfast Program, Mondays from 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
  • become a  sponsor of the Outreach program
  • remember a loved one by giving a special gift to the outreach centre
  • become a fundraising volunteer

Contact our Office at 726-8775