BALTIMORE — A group helping those in need, now needs your help to stay open.
Soup For The Soul Soup Kitchen is closing in 30 days.
Right now, they operate out of the United Methodist Church building in Dundalk. But that building just got sold to another group, so they need to find a new place to work.
And they need to find it fast, with only a month left. They do have a plan in place for the near future, operate as a pop-up soup kitchen, so they can help different communities at different times.
To do that though, they need still need a facility.
"We're right now looking for a space of about 1,000 to 1,200 square feet, more of like, storage space, and we are looking if anyone out there is able to donate or has a space of that size, like an empty warehouse or something that they're not using, that's exactly what we need right now to get all of our items stored," said organizer Stacey Nagel.
Nagel says the donated space needs to be in the Dundalk area as they don't want to leave the community they've supported for more than 40 years.
She also says if you can spare it they're still taking food and supply donations to help take care of those in need.