A downtown Wallaceburg restaurant is set to re-launch a soup kitchen for those in need the community.
The Black Goose Grill announced on social media the service will kick off next week, either on Monday or Wednesday.
“Brian Horrobin and his pastoral group will be providing us with a list,” the downtown restaurant posted on Facebook.
“We will also be feeding the frontline workers. The soup kitchen will operate Monday, Wednesday and Friday, as it did last time.”
Goose officials say they are seeking donations to make it happen.
“We have applied for a grant but (by) the time we hear back from them, the soup kitchen could be over. If you are in a position to help out, please e-transfer to: email@example.com.”
Goose officials added: “Know this, 100% of the money raised goes to the soup kitchen operation.”
Mark Childs, of the Goose, said any volunteers who helped during their soup kitchen last year, and are interested in helping once again, can contact him.
“Same drill as last time with some modifications,” Childs said on Facebook.
Here is a story from March of 2020, when the Black Goose launched their first kitchen: Black Goose giving out free soup & bread to those in need