Philadelphia area nonprofit Cathedral Kitchen will move into a new permanent home for the first time in more than 30 years, reports the Philadelphia Business Journal. The agency, which serves the city’s poor, had been operating in the gym of a closed high school, but now will have its own building with twice the space, nearly 15,000 sq.ft., and increased seating capacity. In addition to serving as a communal dining site for the indigent, Cathedral Kitchen’s new facility will allow it to ...
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