The 30 Day Film Challenge is proud to support Trinity Cafe. They unselflessly feed the homeless in Tampa Bay.
The following is an excerpt, from their website:
Trinity Cafe has been a beacon of hope and compassion in the Tampa Bay community since 2001. Housed at the Salvation Army on Florida Avenue in Tampa, it serves over 200 hot, nutritious meals each and every weekday, including holidays. Anyone who comes to our door is welcome – without question or qualification. Since Trinity Cafe first began, it has served more than 789,000 meals. We serve free meals to homeless, poor and anyone wishing to receive a meal. The meals are prepared by a professional chef and served by volunteer waiters. The guests sit at cloth covered tables set with china dishes and silverware. They are asked for nothing in return – no mandatory religious services or counseling or work. While Trinity Cafe recognizes the vital importance of providing nourishment to those who are hungry much more is needed. Together with the solidarity and commitment of our staff and volunteers, Trinity Cafe strives to be a gateway to positive change in the lives of the people it serves and seeks to enlarge our guests’ capacity for self-help and reconnect them to the broader community. Through our commitment to combating hunger and homelessness, we provide the support and respect guests need to encourage them to become self-sufficient and regain hope for the future. Trinity Cafe is a place of love, compassion, and dignity… a true lifeline to those in need.