Vacant building in Princeton will soon be a place where the homeless can get a hot meal

Mercer County
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President Fred Kinder of the non-profit organization, “Warm a Heart Give a Bed,” is working on his latest project called, Amy’s House of Hope.

He is planning to remodel a building on Thorn Street where local churches can come in to help feed and give supplies, like clothes, sleeping bags, and even toothpaste.

Kinder said this will be so much more than a “soup-kitchen.”

“A lot of times we keep saying soup kitchen, but soup kitchen doesn’t sound right because we’re giving them hope. How we’re going to give them hope is we’re going to feed them, talk to them, and minister these people,” Kinder explained. 

Kinder is looking to have doors open before the end of the year. To donate or get involved, visit  https://warmaheartgiveabedwv.org/.

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