“feeding people & affirming lives”
The Bread Line is an anti-hunger organization that has been serving Fairbanks since 1984. Our work is made possible through community support provided by donations & volunteers.
SOUP KITCHEN HOURS:
BREAD LINE OFFICE HOURS:
or by appointment
507 Gaffney Rd.
A soup kitchen serving free, chef-prepared community meals, 7:30-9:30AM on weekdays.
Growing our own, in downtown Fairbanks, since 2015.
Carpenters Union Local 1243 president, Liam Ward, presented a generous donation from the membership of Local 1243 to the Bread Line
The Rasmuson Foundation’s 2023 Annual Letter to Alaska features the Bread Line in Adam Gibbons’ opening message.
Right now, the Bread Line’s soup kitchen, the Stone Soup Cafe, is serving more people than ever before & struggling to keep enough bottled water on hand.
The Bread Line is hiring for a Production Chef – join Team Bread Line today!
In this episode of the Alaskaland Podcast, Fairbanks North Star Borough’s Mayor Ward sits down with Hannah Hill, Executive Director of the Bread Line, to talk about their work in Fairbanks “feeding people & affirming lives.”
This spring, the Folk School is hosting Bread Line chefs for three FREE cooking demos at their cabin (#66) in Pioneer Park.