Manna is recruiting for volunteers for this year's Taste of Durango, May 18th!!

We are seeking volunteers to help with set up, tear down, ticket selling, wrist banding, trash pick up, you name it, we need help with it! To volunteer for this great event, contact Audrey at 385-5095 ext. 1# or

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Construction is coming along nicely on our new expansion facility! 
Watch the video below to see what people are saying about the Culinary Arts Training Program scheduled to begin this fall.

This building will not only allow Manna to create additional administrative and community meeting space, but will house a Culinary Arts Training Program to enable our clients to learn job and life skills to move forward.

Our "Pave the Way" fundraiser, which featured foods from over 20 local restaurants, and live music by local blues musician Kirk James, was a great success and raised funds for both the operating budget and the capital campaign. Thank you to all who donated and attended! We are grateful for all of your support!

How can you help support this exciting new project?

● Purchase an engraved brick for the pathway leading to the new building!

● Make a cash donation by clicking the donate button above, or mailing a check (marked capital campaign) to PO Box 1196, Durango, CO 81302

Thanks to all for making this project a reality!!

With special thanks to:
The Karakin Foundation


Manna Soup Kitchen proudly acknowledges 27 years of feeding the hungry in La Plata County. Manna Soup Kitchen honors donors and volunteers whose extraordinary service and support enables us to keep our doors open, lights on and provide nutritious meals to our most fragile residents.

The Manna Soup Kitchen is “on the front line” providing for the most immediate needs of individuals and families ranging from infants to WWII veterans. Many of our clients come from the fringe of our community and struggle with drug addiction, alcoholism and mental health issues. Most are unable to afford health insurance and therefore cannot take precautionary health measures. A hot, nutritious breakfast and lunch along with take-home meals and sack lunches may be their core sustenance and the only healthy option on which they can depend.

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