Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter • 2 Quincy Street • Nashua • NH • 03061-3116
Mailing address: Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter • PO Box 3116 • Nashua • NH• 03061-3116
 
Welcome to the 
Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter
We welcome you to come volunteer!
We welcome your donations from our Wish List.
We welcome your financial contributions.
We welcome you to come visit us.
Schedule a tour, see what we're all about.
We welcome you to become part of the
Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter in 2016!
  
 
 December.....
what a wonderful season of giving!  
 
 
 
 
Our "Adopt a Child for the Holidays" program has many elf donors matched with children in need of warm clothing and toys.......
 
 
 
Our Food Pantry is gearing up for Holiday Food Box Distribution December 20th - December 23rd.  We are grateful for any company, small business, place of worship, civic group or community group that can hold a non-perishable food drive to help us keep our pantry shelves stocked during this busy time.  Our Wishlist offers a guide and suggestions of our greatest needs. 
 
 
 
 
In the Spirit of Giving, we offer the opportunity for you to make a donation in Honor of a special someone during this holiday season.  A card will be mailed, acknowledging your donation to the person you are honoring.  This can be accomplished easily with our online donation link,  by calling our Business Office at 603-889-7770 to make a donation with your credit card (ask for Erika, extension 10), or stopping in during Business Office hours (Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM) downstairs at 2 Quincy Street with your cash or check.  Thank you!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Nashua shelter bids farewell to director

June Lemen
 
Remember or Honor someone....
 
Did you know you can make a donation
to honor someone special......
 
or to remember someone
who has passed away?
 
 
 
 
 
The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter
is in our new location!
Please visit us at
2 Quincy Street, Nashua
our phone number
is still 603-889-7770
 
donate now 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
“Hunger is not an act of God or an act of nature.  It is a choice we are making as human beings.” Marion Wright Edelman         

Poverty is a weapon of mass destruction
 
The NSKS serves the Greater Nashua area.  Community support is critical to the NSKS.  Over 70% of the funds for operating programs for those in need come from private contributions.  We are grateful for your support.