The Press of Atlantic City recently published an article on a Special Project at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission that should inspire us all. Chefs from Atlantic City, along with their assistants, volunteer for a couple of hours every Thursday at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission to make about 600 bowls of soup for those who are staying at the mission or other homeless people. According to the article, the program, called "50,000 Bowls for the Hearts and Souls," gives the homeless community "heart-healthy" food options.
“As long as people are in hard times, people will need to eat,” said David Goldstein, president of the Professional Chefs Association of South Jersey.
The chefs in Atlantic City should be an inspiration to us to use what we have and what we can offer to help those in need.
What talents or special skills do you have that you can use to benefit those who need a hand?
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