Companies who Sponsor Stone Soup Kitchen
Companies who Sponsor Stone Soup Kitchen
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Welcome to Stone Soup Kitchen

The Best

We are awarded #1 soup kitchen in the area

We Deliver

We deliver if your loved one needs food but is not able to commute

We Celebrate

We celebrate birthdays for our regular customers

Helping our Community

We believe in helping our community. This means not ignoring the homeless. The homeless is part of our community and we want to help them. We believe in helping the less fortunate so that we can support and giving them a hand to help them get back on their feet. All are welcomed, no matter race, age, gender. If you or anyone you know is hungry, they are welcomed to the soup kitchen for any meals, breakfast, lunch or dinner.

We strongly rely on donations and sponsorships from 0ur local companies. This is to cover the cost of the food, utilities, supplies, rent, etc.

The best soup kitchen in the area serving the homeless and hungry

Please come volunteer or donate, we thank all of those who are able to support the community!

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If you are hungry, we accept all. We are open Sunday through Saturday. Breakfast: 8-10am Lunch: 12-2pm Dinner: 6-8pm


Sponsor #1

One of our top sponsors is a local gutter cleaning company in Syracuse. They do the best work in Syracuse for gutter cleaning, gutter installation, gutter repairs and replacements, and power washing. This is their website if you’d like to learn more. Here are some helpful tips:

When thinking about your house, you might think about the floors, the walls, the plumbing, the roof. You likely don’t think about your gutters. And that’s a problem because gutters are vital to the health of your home. Gutters are an important part of your home’s exterior. Gutters are a great way to manage rainwater that falls on your roof. In fact, gutters can help protect your home from costly, water-related issues, such as water damage. Your gutter system is a key component of your home’s structure and it can also be an affective tool for protecting the investment you’ve made in your property.

Gutters improve the overall look of your home because they direct water away from it. The amount of water that accumulates on your roofing materials increases the chances of your roof developing leaks, which could result in expensive repairs or an even more expensive replacement. Gutters also protect the underside of your wood or aluminum siding, which can also be damaged by excessive moisture. Gutters keep your landscaping safe by directing water away from the foundation of your home. Puddles just under your landscaping can result in rotting garden boxes and pilings, pylon damage and eventually even structural damage to the wall or foundation of your home. That’s why we need to pay attention to it and keep it in good shape.

When filled with debris they can lead to increased energy costs, pooling water on your property, and even cause water damage to the interior of your home. That’s why it is so important to understand some of the basics of gutter functions. Gutters are designed to channel roof water away from your house and into downspouts where it then flows into rain barrels or drains. Dirty, clogged and damaged gutters can cause more than just an eyesore. They can promote the spread of diseases and mosquito infestations. If your gutters are clogged then water will funnel into nearby areas of your home causing damage to exterior paint, foundation, mold, and structural stability. If water doesn’t run smoothly and clearly through them, the gutters are clogged. A clogged gutter will cause the roof to leak. When water doesn’t flow properly through the gutter, it can easily back up and cause a leak. In fact, a clogged gutter is the number one cause for roof leaks.

Gutters collect leaves, pine needles, sawdust, buds, twigs, bark, fungi… basically anything that blows off your trees or your property. All of this garbage accumulates in your gutters over time, rotting and decomposing to form a nasty goo that can clog your gutters and even cause mold. If you don’t clean your gutters regularly, that debris can come loose and fall into your foundation or at the very least wash into the storm sewer system and get swept up into the ocean where it will impact marine life.

Gutters should be cleaned twice a year at a minimum. Most builders will include cleanings as part of the warranty on new homes. However, if you bought an existing home or had a home built without gutters, you will need to make sure that they are cleaned and maintained by a professional at least twice a year. Gutters should be cleaned from the ground and not from the roof.


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