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Volunteering in Santiago de Compostela homeless soup kitchen


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#2
Hi, does anybody know is there is a homeless shelter at the city and if one can volunteer for a few hours or make donation? Thank you.

Blessing

Yes Caritas has.
https://www.caritas-santiago.org/
And I believe a religious order also has a kind of soupkitchen ( apart from the Caritas group ) but will have to do more research.

I think it is a brilliant idea!!
 
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SYates

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There is the Cocina Economica, near the church of San Agustin http://www.cocinaeconomicadesantiago.es/index.aspx

Also the Franciscans https://franciscanossantiago.org/ collect regularly goodies and host the homeless in a corner of their monastery.

Buen Camino y Muchas Gracias in the name of those that have less than we have have, SY

PS Very occasionally somebody knocks at my door, asking for food, and I share what I have in the house. But that is just a drop on the hot stone as they say in my country ...
 
Camino(s) past & future
some and then more. see my signature.
#4
There is the Cocina Economica, near the church of San Agustin http://www.cocinaeconomicadesantiago.es/index.aspx

Also the Franciscans https://franciscanossantiago.org/ collect regularly goodies and host the homeless in a corner of their monastery.

Buen Camino y Muchas Gracias in the name of those that have less than we have have, SY

PS Very occasionally somebody knocks at my door, asking for food, and I share what I have in the house. But that is just a drop on the hot stone as they say in my country ...
Thank you Sybille!! Those are indeed the churches I ment.

And btw you do more than good...!
 

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Kurt5280

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I want to - but very few people knocking at my door at the moment. Buen Camino, SY
I will come knock on your door next month...arriving on Camino del Norte.
 

Azelia

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There is the Cocina Economica, near the church of San Agustin http://www.cocinaeconomicadesantiago.es/index.aspx

Also the Franciscans https://franciscanossantiago.org/ collect regularly goodies and host the homeless in a corner of their monastery.

Buen Camino y Muchas Gracias in the name of those that have less than we have have, SY

PS Very occasionally somebody knocks at my door, asking for food, and I share what I have in the house. But that is just a drop on the hot stone as they say in my country ...
Thank you very much SY. Blessing to you for opening Camino Forum at your home.
 

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