Jack Allen's Kitchen + Mobile Loaves & Fishes Feed Homeless Tonight

Third annual dinner for 700 homeless hosted by First Baptist Church

Jack Gilmore (2nd from the right) and Thom Kamm (right) with staff volunteers (courtesy Jack Allen's Kitchen)
For the third year in a row, Jack Gilmore and Tom Kamm of Jack Allen's Kitchen join forces with Mobile Loaves & Fishes to provide a hot and savory Thanksgiving dinner for about 700 homeless folks at the First Baptist Church (901 Trinity).

Music will probably be inside tonight (courtesy Mobile Loaves & Fishes)
With the cold, damp weather this year, the free dinner party couldn't be happening at a better time. Festive live music will be playing while volunteers from Jack Allen's Kitchen staff and clientele work side by side with volunteers from the church and ML&F to serve up turkey, dressing, ham, and all the fixings.
Volunteers setting out the buffet (courtesy Jack Allen's Kitchen)
Cindy Gilmore (2nd from the right) and the volunteer servers (courtesy Jack Allen's Kitchen)

Homeless Thanksgiving Dinner

First Baptist Church of Austin 901 Trinity

Monday, Nov. 25 5:30-7:30pm

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