That’s one of the names they go by. MSKP stands for the “Muslim Soup Kitchen Project” and involves area Muslims interested in giving back. The group has been a long-time staple in the Unity House kitchen and dining room, helping prepare fresh, healthy meals for diners at Bethany, the community meals program located at Unity House’s community resource center at 2431 Sixth Avenue in church. The group’s help is always welcome and is especially appreciated on holidays, when some staff who would normally be scheduled, are able to take time off to be with their families on a holiday.
On Christmas Day, the news crews showed up to catch some of the MSKP’s kindness in action. You can read more about it here.
Unity House is grateful for the work of our volunteers and considers them vital to our mission. If you would like more information on volunteer opportunities at Unity House, consider attending a Volunteer Information Session. Held monthly, these sessions are a chance to learn more about Unity House the opportunities for an expectations of volunteers at Unity House. To register for the January 13th session, please contact our
On behalf of those we serve, many thanks to the Muslim Soup Kitchen Project and all the volunteers throughout Unity House.