Spring 2020

No one should be hungry or homeless in our community.

The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization providingmeals, emergency shelter, food pantry and advocacy to homeless and low-income men, women and families with children. The soup kitchen, at 2 Quincy Street, serves dinner seven days a week and breakfast five days a week.

Bread & Board

NSKS Newsletter:
Spring 2020

Bread
& Board

NSKS Newsletter:
Spring
2020

Happy Spring!

Just five years ago, this community helped us open our new facility at 2 Quincy Street, a state-of-the-art facility providing hot meals seven days a week and a food pantry serving 6,000 families a year. Today, we are both proud and grateful to announce 35 Spring Street will serve as the new location for our emergency shelter program, the next step in providing comprehensive emergency services to the single adults and families experiencing homelessness in our community.

The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter has been providing emergency housing for nearly forty years. NSKS is leasing from St. Patrick’s Church of Nashua the elementary school adjacent to the church for 40 forty years at $1 per year. This school has been vacant for most of the past 40 years and is located a block from our community kitchen and pantry.

35 Spring Street NSKS Shelter
The former Sacred Heart school building fronts Spring Street and is part of a 1.72 acre parcel that also includes St. Patrick Church, the Rectory, and the St. Patrick Parish Center, and is owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese. The school will be leased from the church and only the school building is being renovated as part of this project.

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