HHCH started 15 years ago when I gave a cup of soup to a homeless man living by a dumpster behind the store where my son worked. The next week he went into the store and told everyone how much he enjoyed that cup of soup.
When my son came home and told me how much "Frank" liked the soup, I decided right then and there that I wanted to cook for him each week. A few days later, I found Frank and asked if it would be all right if I cooked him a nice home cooked meal each Sunday. The following Sunday, I took him a chicken dinner and when I arrived, Frank had brought a friend. Each week, more people came as the word spread.
Now, 15 years later, HHCH is feeding 120-150 homeless people and families at risk on a weekly basis. In addition to our Sunday meal we have a food pantry, a clothing ministry, and we provide pet food for all of their furry friends.
"No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to educate, advocate, and feed."