Takeout meals on Mon – Fri from 10:30 – noon
For every Cheeseburger Combo you buy,
Chris gives JOY a free cheeseburger.
Let’s go for 1,000
For everyone’s safety
- We are limiting the number of people in the kitchen each day.
- Individuals who would like to volunteer in the JOY Soup Kitchen will comply with some form of face covering whether it be cotton face masks, surgical masks or face shields. We have a supply of surgical masks that are available while volunteering.
- Inside the building, it is the expectation that all staff and volunteers will practice proper safe social distancing.
- Hand sanitizer is also available to assure good hygiene practices.
- Individuals preparing or serving unpackaged food items should wear caps, hair covers &/or gloves as warranted.
Lumpia Fundraiser II is in the Record Books!!!
I couldn’t decide whether I would like hot mustard or Sweet & Sour Sauce. With the kick in Tom’s recipe, I vote Sweet.
Thanks to Jeremy Spengeman and all the folks at Basil’s Restaurant, who helped us meet our new goal of 300 dozen. Tom has earned a little R&R, but this will be tough to top.
Thanks to Winterville Pizza Hut
that donated 150 Personal Pizzas
For the JOY reopening on Monday, April 20
There’s another star in Heaven, because on Sunday, March 29th we lost Miss Vickie to a sudden heart attack. Select the photo to link Tom Quigley’s post and photo album on the JOY Facebook Page.
On March 17, JOY Soup Kitchen developed a COVID-19 Action Plan that was intended to assure the safety of staff, volunteers & patrons.
On Friday, April 3, 2020 we became aware that one of the individuals who had assisted in the kitchen the previous week had tested positive for COVID-19. In accordance with our action plan and healthcare guidelines,
we closed the JOY Soup Kitchen until Monday, April 20.
The kitchen and dining areas were professionally sanitized.
Updates will be provided on this site and on Facebook
Note: The volunteer has recovered and is at home.
Our goals are to continue to serve meals to the vulnerable population in west Greenville, but also to assure the safety of our staff, patrons and volunteers.
Thank you all for your support and understanding. For the foreseeable future we cannot accept donations of meals prepared OFF SITE. Check out the wishlist on the Donation Page and see the latest action on Facebook.
We will be busy but you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A free, nutritious, daily meal is provided from
10:30 – 12:00 noon. We serve evening meals on Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00 – 6:00 (except 2nd Tuesday when Disabled American Veterans Meet).
Saturday lunch is from 11:00 – 1:00. We encourage Youth, Families and Seniors to attend.
Pinecone Decorating for Kids Wed Nov 20 @ 5:00
For youth and their families are welcome.
A Kid Friendly meal will be served
Congratulations and a big Shout Out
DAV Chapter 37 was named Chapter of the Year at the Annual Department Convention for 2018-2019
Wendesday evening in October…..Date to be announced Soon
Community Day was Saturday, July 13th
from 11:00 – 1:00.
A large crowd enjoyed a cookout themed luncheon
in celebration of our Saturday Meal Program. JOY will start serving Saturday meals especially focused on Youth, Families with children and Seniors. With Funding from the Vidant Medical Foundation and Bank of America, this program will continue on July 20th @ 11:00 – 12:30.