The meal will also include green beans, potatoes, rolls and pie and will feed some 5,000 people, according to Rev. Glenn Cranfield, president/CEO of Nashville Rescue Mission.
“And it’s not just those who are homeless who come seeking a nutritious meal,” Cranfield said. “We’ll see plenty of men, women, and children who are struggling to make ends meet and will benefit from a hot, nutritious meal.”
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Experts say women and children are among the fastest growing population among those with nowhere to live. The shelter will also accept #10 canned vegetables, potatoes and more.
Donations will be received Monday through Saturday, from 7 am-7 pm at the donation center at 616 Seventh Avenue South. The public can also make online donations at <nashvillerescuemission.org/donate/donate-now/>.