Bismarck - Two years after the Heaven's Helper's Soup Cafe closed their doors, it is now about to reopen.
Putting the last touches on their new location, the soup cafe is looking to once again serve its community.
Executive Mark Meir says after operating the cafe for six years, he knew there is still a great need for feeding the hungry in Bismarck-Mandan.
Once open, the new cafe will be able to feed more people than ever before between 150 to 250 people a day.
"There's really been a void in the community without having a soup kitchen on a daily basis for people to come in, warm up, have a free meal, just to fellowship, so it's really exciting that there's going to be a place for people again," Mark Meier, executive director of Heaven's Helper's Soup Cafe says.
The new location on N 23rd Street will be up and running mid- December and will be serving free meals from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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