The Community Kitchen, in the fellowship hall of Trinity Episcopal Church on the corner of Spruce and Willey streets, continues to serve food.
In a Facebook post March 13, the kitchen reiterated that it remains open, “With WVU and county schools closing due to COVID-19, please remember that the Morgantown Community Kitchen provides free lunches, Monday through Friday, from 10:45 a.m.-noon. You do not have to provide any proof of income, ID or citizenship. You can just show up to eat. All ages welcome! Please pass this on via social media. You never know when your ‘share’ will be read by someone in need.”
The kitchen has gone to bag lunches to keep people from congregating inside.
The message from kitchen organizers continued:
“Also, if you would like to donate in-kind items or money, you can also message via the Facebook page. We expect our numbers to grow substantially over the next few weeks and our needs will grow accordingly.”
The Morgantown Community Kitchen is a nonprofit organization, established in 1984 with the goal to help the less fortunate members of the community.