Here at the Bread Line, we serve over 100 hot meals every week day – frequently more. Just this week, we hit an all-time record, serving 189 meals in one morning. As the summer months roll in, the number of people who need our services rises. However, with the closing of Sam’s Club, food donations are down for all anti-hunger charity organizations in Fairbanks. We are doing more with less & our pantry stores are getting low.
Chef Jon, from Chartwells, dropped off nearly 400 pounds of food donations collected by the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ students of Generation Action!
Sign up for the Fairbanks Visitor Industry Walk for Charity today & choose Bread Line Stone Soup – *100%* of your registration fee will be donated to the charity of your choice.
Join our staff, board & volunteers on this easy & delicious 4k graze through downtown Fairbanks.
Our local farmers are a major key to alleviating Alaska’s unique issue of food insecurity.
Support the anti-hunger programs of the Bread Line by walking & noshing!
‘Tis the season for Alaskans everywhere to apply for their Permeant Fund Dividends – help support the Bread Line’s anti-hunger programs by donating a portion of your PFD!
Join us for the 8th annual Soup Off on January 20, 2018 at the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel’s Gold Room. Tickets are on sale NOW!
On Christmas Day, the Stone Soup Cafe served 96 hot meals of Chef Matt’s famous prime rib, roasted fingerling potatoes (compliments of Rosie Creek Farms), green bean casserole, chicken vegetable soup, salad, oatmeal & cereal.
Chef Danielle Flaherty shines in today’s Daily News-Miner spotlight!