A noontime hot meal is served daily at God’s Kitchen in the Heartside Neighborhood of Grand Rapids. Nourishment and meal-time respite are available to anyone who visits the dining room. Guests are welcomed on a walk-in basis with no questions and no qualifiers.
God’s Kitchen served over 45,000 meals last year to hungry people throughout West Michigan. We are serving people in downtown Grand Rapids as well as sponsored sites throughout West Michigan. Our footprint is the Diocese of Grand Rapids, so food insecurity is being addressed not only in urban locations but in rural ones as well.
Donations to our God’s Kitchen Food Programs are accepted by appointment only. To ensure quality and the safety of our guests, all donations will be subject to agency procedures of accepting/receiving donated food items. To inquire about receiving hours and to schedule a donation drop-off, please call (616) 454-4110 or email email@example.com.
Address: 303 Division Ave S, Grand Rapids
Phone: (616) 454-4110
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday, 12:30 to 2:00 pm
God’s Roamin’ Kitchen
God’s Roamin’ Kitchen is a mobile food truck that operates as an extension of Catholic Charities West Michigan’s God’s Kitchen Food and Pantry Programs.
God’s Roamin’ Kitchen provides free meals primarily in the rural communities around Grand Rapids, for individuals and families who may not have access to transportation or the financial means to purchase food. The mobile food truck provides a healthy, delicious, to-go meal, allowing for ease of access to food in an approachable, trendy manner.
Every Thursday from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM at CCWM, Muskegon 1720 Park St.
Every Tuesday from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM at TrueNorth Community Services, Fremont 6308 S. Warner Ave
Home Delivered Meals
Our home delivered meal program delivers over 10,000 meals to those who are homebound. God’s Kitchen is dedicated to reaching those in need regardless of their ability to leave their home.
Feeding the hungry
Catholic Charities West Michigan’s food programs are dedicated to addressing the topic of “feeding the hungry.”
Our programs continually evolve and expand to meet the ever-changing needs of the communities we serve. The chefs and staff at God’s Kitchen are more than just the people who make and serve the food; they are food security advocates.
We exist not only to feed those who hunger for food but also hunger for hope.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.