Feeding Our Homeless Veterans
For the month of February, Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) had the fabulous idea to engage local businesses to provide much needed meals to local homeless shelters. With the restaurant industry having been decimated by the pandemic, HCH saw an opportunity to help local restaurants by having other community businesses engage with a restaurant to provide a meal for a local shelter. As a proud supporter of HCH, Southway happily participated in the effort by partnering with their Locust Point neighbor, Baba’s Mediterranean Kitchen, to feed the homeless veterans and staff at another South Baltimore neighbor, The Baltimore Station. Baba’s prepared 75 delicious chicken piccata platters with salad, humus, and pita bread for The Station’s residents. While we are grateful to support our local South Baltimore community, we are most grateful for the selfless service of our veterans.
Thanks to HCH for the great idea, thanks to the staff at Baba’s for providing the delicious and healthy meals, and thanks to the staff of the Baltimore Station for helping us make it happen.
To learn more about Heath Care for the Homeless click here.
To learn more about The Baltimore Station click here.
To learn more about Baba’s Mediterranean Kitchen click here.