Group Volunteering

Volunteering for Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen is a great way to learn about homelessness and hunger in New York City, give back to the community and have an enriching experience as a team. As the largest soup kitchen in New York, we make it easy to organize your group volunteer efforts. We regularly host groups from schools, churches and other community groups. If you are a corporation, you can rest assured that you are in good hands as we host regular corporate groups from many organizations including Agera Energy, Google, KPMG, Metlife, NYSE, Wells Fargo and Marriot Hotels. Whatever your group, we make sure all volunteers will be put to work doing one of the many jobs that it takes to run the soup kitchen so your group members will leave knowing they really made a difference. After volunteering here as a group, many individuals continue to come back on their own because they enjoyed the experience so much. Through our Good Corporate Citizen Program, Nonprofit Partners in Service Program, and Hunger and Homeless Charitable Giving Program for Students, groups go beyond volunteering their support for our guests. Please contact Cathy Slaughter at (646) 998-6113 or for more information and to coordinate a date.

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
Mahatma Gandhi

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Good Corporate Citizen Program

Three options to choose from:

  • A Day of Service for 15 employees
  • A Week of Service for 75 employees
  • A Month of Service for 300 employees

“I first heard about HASK through my company’s Thanksgiving Week of Caring volunteer event.”
– Ray, Soup Kitchen Volunteer

For more information about our corporate supporters, click here.

donationsLIU nursing students clothing drive

Nonprofit Partners in Service

We have different missions, but one voice when advocating for the impoverished.

“I am definitely doing this again. I was humbled and amazed of how many are hungry. Even the children.”
– Bertha, Soup Kitchen Volunteer

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Hunger, Homeless and Charitable Giving Program for Students (Grades 6-12)

Students will enjoy a contextualized learning experience in a classroom without walls.

“You will feel really, really good about yourself.”
– Noel, Soup Kitchen Volunteer

Each weekday, rain or snow, an average 1,000 hungry and homeless New Yorkers receive a freshly cooked meal at the city’s largest soup kitchen. Between 50 and 60 volunteers gather for a day of service, from 9:30am to 1:00pm, at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen. Our volunteers feed, provide social services and live music to food insecure adults and families who need your helping hand.