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New Haven Soup Kitchen Opens for federal workers affected by shutdown

Caitlin Nucio and Rob Polansky for WSFB, January 11, 2019

“With the partial government shutdown reaching day 21, a New Haven soup kitchen is stepping up to make sure federal workers who aren't getting paid are still getting food.”

 
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Furloughed Workers Welcome at New Haven Soup Kitchen

Matt Austin for NBC CT, January 10, 2019

“Just because federal workers might miss a paycheck doesn’t mean they have to skip a meal. The Community Soup Kitchen in New Haven is stepping up to help during this partial government shutdown.”

 
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New Haven soup kitchen offers help to furloughed federal workers

Brian Zahn for the New Haven Register, January 10, 2019

“At the Community Soup Kitchen, where Executive Director David O’Sullivan says anybody can be a guest and everybody is invited, an effort is underway to expand services to a group that may find itself in need: furloughed federal employees in Greater New Haven.”

 
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Soup Kitchen Offers free lunch to furloughed federal workers

Associated Press for The Miami Herald, January 10, 2019

“A Connecticut soup kitchen is reaching out to federal government employees who have been furloughed, to make sure they and their families have enough to eat... The kitchen says it is committed to helping neighbors in need.”

 
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New Haven Soup Kitchen Offers meals for Furloughed Government WOrkers

Jennifer Glatz for Fox61, January 10, 2019

“20 days into the government shutdown over border wall funding, and some people are feeling the hit to their bank accounts. The Community Soup Kitchen in New Haven is offering a warm, hearty meal for any furloughed federal employees who haven’t been paid..”

 
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Soup kitchen offers free lunch to furloughed federal workers

Associated Press for WTNH, January 10, 2019

“A Connecticut soup kitchen is reaching out to federal government employees who have been furloughed, to make sure they and their families have enough to eat.”

 
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Kids go to the front of the line at the soup kitchen

Susan Campbell for The Hartford Courant, September 2nd, 2016

“On an average day, New Haven's Community Soup Kitchen serves 270 at the Christ Church parish house. But that's on average. The last Thursday in August, that number jumped to 346, and diners included a handful of children who were pushed to the front of the long line that snaked around the lunchroom.”