We have restarted our ready-to-eat meals and are excited to share our new menu with you, which includes some old favorites like lasagna and quiche, and some new seasonal items, like gumbo, shepherds pie, and meatballs. Meals come frozen and are available for pickup Monday-Friday between 9AM and 4PM. View our offerings by following the link below. And remember, our annual Souper Bowl Community Dinner is taking place on January 21. Each order will include a bowl made by a J.L. Mann High School art student. Please find the menu below and get your tickets today!
About Project Host
Understanding Project Host is perhaps best done by focusing on our name. “Host” offers a nod to our origin at St. Andrew’s Church, but it has come to mean so much more. The nature of what we do is to welcome people of all walks of life to break bread with us. Our belief is that all individuals who cross our threshold and interact with us should be treated as guests: with human kindness, interest, warmth, and open minds and hearts.
The other part of our name, “Project,” reflects the constant growth and experimentation that runs through everything we do. We adapt and grow our programs to continue to meet community needs where they exist. As an organization, we are unfinished, and we always will be for as long as poverty and hunger exist in greater Greenville.
Learn more at https://www.projecthost.org
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