Jack Gannon was awarded the Ernest B. Marot Humanitarian Award for his tireless work with the Pawtucket Soup Kitchen. Jack has been a long time supporter since the Soup Kitchen's creation 23 years ago and has volunteered as the organizations legal counsel since the original drafting of the non-profit Bylaws.
The Pawtucket Soup Kitchen is a non-profit organization serving the homeless and low-income population. The Pawtucket Soup Kitchen is housed in the basement of St. Joseph's Church, with entrance in the rear of the Church, near the parking lot. The Soup Kitchen serves breakfast and supper five days a week, as well as brunch on Saturday.
We offer a well-balanced meal to all who need it. Everyone in need of a meal is welcome at the PSK. The Pawtucket Soup Kitchen is a registered 501c3 organization. http://www.pawtucketsoupkitchen.org/