This Soup Kitchen Serves Both Homeless Humans And Their Homeless Pets
There’s a soup kitchen in New York City that provides a welcoming space not only for the homeless but for their pets as well. They not only offer food but also medical care to homeless individuals’ companion animals.
Collide is part of the Graffiti Community Ministries, located inside of Graffiti Church and from late spring through the fall, they serve human and animal families a meal together twice a week. “These weekly meals allow us to connect with our clients while outfitting them with supplies needed for themselves and their animals,” says Collide on Facebook.
They have a picnic-style space outside of the Graffiti church where people and their dogs can relax and have a meal together.
Since the program began in 2010, Collide has helped hundreds of animals and their humans. To find out more about the work they do visit .
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