The Common Good, a nonprofit charitable organization, serves hot lunches including soups every Thursday from November through March. Volunteers deliver soup to people’s homes year round.
The Common Good also serves popovers every day from mid-June through Columbus Day. Summer Popover sales are the primary source of funding for the organization’s winter programs.
Cabin Fever Night suppers with live music are held every Saturday from January through March. Popovers are served on Sunday mornings in the winter.
The meals are free, but donations are encouraged.
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.”
- When you volunteer you see results
- You meet like-minded people with similar interests
- Studies show volunteering has incredible health benefits. While doing good for others one can fight depression and social isolation.
- The positive energy of volunteering can boost longevity and helps reduce chronic pain