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John Clifford, Food Service Supervisor at City Team in Chester, Pennsylvania, outlines the process that City Team goes through on a daily basis to get food in their soup kitchen. Clifford goes on to talk about the difference in the types of food that is donated and the importance of surplus food from grocery stores. The donated food is extremely important, but what is also crucial is the commitment from everyone in the community to develop a lifetime partnership.  Pat Keith also talks about the importance of the donated food to the individuals’ lives, because it may be all that they have to eat that night.

Produced by Nick Cipollone


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John Clifford talks about the original concept of City Team. Originally it was a home for people with no food until they noticed there were alcoholic and homeless individuals; so they added beds. They had a desire to see people’s lives transform. They ended up going to Chester in 1988 and transformed an abandoned house into a location that can install hope, love and compassion back into people and improve their quality of life. Everything that is a part of this location is donated.

Produced by Nick Cipollone

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