“So the Hungry Can Eat”
Despite our can-do attitude here in West Virginia, it is a fact of life that people really need help at certain times of their lives. Manna Meal is a soup kitchen that does just that – feeds hundreds of people who live and work in the Charleston community, breakfast and lunch, and is open seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Over four decades (Manna Meal was founded by St. John’s Episcopal Church in 1976), Manna Meal has served millions of meals to people in need.
Instead of Christmas Cards…
As a private charitable organization (not a designated government-based or faith-based organization), Manna Meal depends entirely on Charleston community members for donations and voluntary contributions.
That is why, rather than sending Christmas card gifts this year, Warner Law has decided to make a donation to Manna Meal – with the hope that our donation will play a small role in helping Manna Meal continue its mission to help those in need.
Manna Meal Serves People No Questions Asked, At No Charge
- Breakfast is 8:00-9:00 A.M. and generally includes fresh fruit, bread, eggs, meat, sweets, milk, water, coffee
- Lunch is 11:30-1:00 P.M. (Sundays 12:30-2:00 P.M.) and generally includes an entrée, vegetables, garden salad, fruit, bread, and dessert
To Volunteer or Donate
- Phone: 304-345-7121
- Hours: 7:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
(You can make deliveries during these hours.)
The Manna Meal Soup Kitchen is located in the heart of downtown Charleston, WV, at 1105 Quarrier Street (at the St. John’s Episcopal Church).
Food Items Manna Meal Needs Regularly
- Can & powdered milk
- Peanut butter & jelly
- Canned soup
- Canned meats – chicken, tuna, weiners, Spam & Treat
- Mac & Cheese
- Campbells SpaghettiOs
- Tomato sauce w/ meat and spaghetti noodles