Community Service at Mary’s Kitchen

The start of Mary’s Kitchen was 84 year old Mary McAnena helping a homeless woman in hart Park in 1984. She would continue to help the poor for the next 18 years, until she passed away at the age of 100 years old. Now other have taken her place.

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It took 10 years from those humble beginnings before Mary and her volunteers found a permanent location at 517 West Struck in Orange, California. A year later the St. Joseph Health System Foundation granted the Kitchen the funds to buy modular buildings.

According to their website:

Mary’s Kitchen is staffed 100% by volunteers and underwritten by private donations from individuals, churches, local corporations, grocery stores, caterers, students from local schools including Chapman University and others.

Mary's Kitchen

Volunteers at Mary's Kitchen

On average 100 people come to the Kitchen each day for breakfast, a hot meal, a bag lunch to go for dinner, hot showers, clean clothes and attention from caring volunteers who give them hope.

Always need items

  • Socks (new)
  • Underwear (new)
  • Back Packs
  • Shoes
  • Razors
  • Toiletries (travel size)
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Jeans/Jackets
  • Bicycles

Students are always welcome to come to Mary’s Kitchen and lend a hand.

They currently are looking for a someone who is willing to thoroughly clean the kitchen and bathrooms each week to supplement the daily cleaning did by the volunteers who serve meals.

Mary’s Kitchen
517 W Struck Ave.
Orange, CA 92863

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