We provide lunch for the women who visit during the day. Meals are needed for up to 40 women, every day of the week/ 365 days of the year!
Click on the Calendar button and fill out the form with your preferred date(s). We will sign you up, and make sure you have all the information you need to provide the meal(s).
We serve dinner every evening and breakfast every morning, seven days a week/ 365 days a year, to the 21 women who stay at our shelter.
Click on the Calendar button and fill out the form with your preferred date(s). We’ll sign you up, and make sure you have all the information you need to provide the meal(s).
Our EWS opens on October 15th.
We provide dinner and breakfast to everyone who spends the night at the shelter. The shelter will stay open until May 15, 2018.
Click on the button to sign up to provide meals and help nourish our women during the winter months.
The Sophia Way provides breakfast, lunch, and dinner to the women at Sophia’s Place and dinner at the Emergency Winter Shelter. We depend on the generosity of our volunteers to provide these meals.
Due to building codes, meals cannot be cooked at Sophia’s Place. We therefore ask you to bring a prepared meal; we have ovens and dishes can be warmed/reheated and served. We also provide bowls, serving spoons, and other serving essentials at the shelter.
Cooking meals for a large group could be daunting for one person, but it’s a great way to get together with friends and family, have some fun, and help give our women a nourishing meal. Many of our women have diabetes or other health challenges, so we try to give them healthy meals.
You and/or your group can stay and serve the meal, or just drop it off – it’s entirely up to you. You can also sign up to do this once a month, make it a regular event, or just do it once in a while!
“We donate meals to The Sophia Way every month and we love it. It is the one time when my entire family comes together. It has now become a tradition and inculcates a sense of community giving in my kids. In fact, my daughter mentioned the meal-making process in one of her essays in school and I was so touched. Thank you, Sophia Way for giving me and my family an opportunity to come together and serve the community.”