Community Kitchens serves a lunch meal 365 days per year from St. Andrews and Grace Episcopal Church in Woodlawn. Annually this amounts to over 95,000 meals served to help stop hunger.  The doors to Community Kitchens are open to all. No one is required to attend a religious service, rich or poor are equally welcome-they only need to be hungry. Those we serve are our ”guests” and we strive to treat them as such.

Community Kitchens is governed by a community-based Board of Directors and is recognized by the IRS as a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization.  All donations to Community Kitchens are tax-deductible.  Support for Community Kitchens comes from a wide array places including faith based organizations, schools and universities, corporations, businesses and individuals. Community Kitchens is actively involved in local coalition groups such as One Roof, the Alabama Rescue Services Association and the Alabama Association of Nonprofits.  This enables us to respond appropriately to changing needs in our community.

The Board of Directors and Our Staff at Community Kitchens still follow the precedent set forth by Father Branscomb. Click here to read more about our history.

Proud partner of:
The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham