More than 80 people were served a free meal Tuesday evening at the Bread of Life kitchen, and more volunteers are needed on a weekly basis to fill the needs outlined by Pratt's Hope Center.

The Hope Center Board donated and served the meal for Bread of Life on January 9, 2017.  The menu consisted of home made chili or vegetable soup, baked potatoes, carrot, celery, and home made cinnamon rolls.   There were topping for the potatoes of cheese, onions along with cookies and brownies.
More than 80 people showed up to eat last Tuesday, indicating the need is great and more volunteers are needed to help feed our community. Groups or individuals may contact Donna Rawlings at the Hope Center (620-388-3673) to volunteer or find out more information about fixing and serving meals at Bread of Life.
“We can help plan a menu or the volunteers can fix whatever they want to serve,” said Jeanette Gaider, Hope Center Director.
Martin Flemming has been instrumental in planning for the Tuesday meals and he may be contacted at 620-388-2301, as well.
Everyone is invited to come eat at the Bread of Life on Tuesday evenings. Freewill donations are accepted but there is no set cost. All money goes directly to covering the cost of the meals.
Everyone is invited to come eat at The Bread of Life on Tuesday evenings. Freewill donations are accepted but there is no set cost. All money goes directly to covering the cost of the meals.
The Bread of Life is open from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays at 309 S. Main, downtown Pratt.