| McCusker delighted Soup Kitchen short-listed for award
McCusker delighted Soup Kitchen short-listed for award
SDLP Councillor Paul McCusker has said he is delighted that St. Patricks Soup Kitchen has been nominated for an Aisling Award. Cllr McCusker, who is a patron of the city centre soup kitchen, said he was pleased that the volunteers who selflessly give up their time to build up and care for those less fortunate are being recognised.
Cllr McCusker commented:
“Since opening our doors in 2017, St. Patricks soup kitchen has provided thousands of hot meals to those in need across the city.
“In that time, we have seen lives changed for the better, with many vulnerable people finding a place of friendship and shelter on a daily basis.
“This would not be possible without the dedicated help of our volunteers who give up much of their time to help others.”
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