Rolling Stone Soup Kitchen is a unique food trailer that serves our poor, hungry and homeless neighbors located in Fort Worth Texas. The namesake for Rolling Stone Soup Kitchen comes from the familiar story about stone soup in which all members of the community end up contributing to a meal that benefits everyone.
This community outreach has been graciously sponsored by Reverend Louis Carr of Harvest United Methodist Church.
Hunger statistics in the US show that 1 in 5 children are food insecure. There is not a single county in America that does not have what the USDA defines as a food desert, an area with little fresh fruit, vegetables, and other healthful whole foods. Many hungry and homeless people lack proper footwear or reliable transportation, yet they are often required to walk long distances from one meal to the next. As a result, many people lack consistent nutitious meals or regular contact with community members who can provide needed services to help them.
Rolling Stone Soup Kitchen will help address the problems with traditional solutions to feed the hungry. A mobile food kitchen will serve as a food oasis that will deliver nutritious soups, chowders, stews and chilis along with bread and beverages to our neighbors most in need. We will supplement the nutritional value of our menu with fresh produce using our community garden to grow fresh fruit and vegetables .