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“I wish I could do more.”

That's the comment we often hear from friends of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen when they make gifts to assist in our programs.

What if it were possible to make a gift of "startling significance," the kind of contribution many friends of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen would like to make, if there were just some way to do it? We're talking about gifts that truly make a difference, that ensure a level of support that magnifies our ability to fulfill our mission . . . and multiplies your personal satisfaction and recognition.

Strange as it may sound, a gift of "startling significance" often can be made at very low cost. It's just a matter of planning WHAT to give, HOW to give and WHEN to give. The information on these pages illustrates many ways of making a "planned gift," and our staff can be of even more help. Just call or e-mail our office.

Kristi Hassouna

Kristi Hassouna
Development Director
Capuchin Province of St. Joseph
1820 Mt. Elliott Street
Detroit, MI 48207
313-579-2100
khassouna@thecapuchins.org

Please click here for more information about planned giving.

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Learn about the Ways to Give

Learn about the Ways to Give

The Capuchin Soup Kitchen receives no government subsidies; the ability to carry out our mission depends nearly totally on the generosity of benefactors and our dedicated volunteers.

Learn about Our Programs

Learn about Our Programs

True to our Franciscan heritage, when a need has been uncovered, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen has responded to that need.


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For Our Guests

Please click here to learn about the Capuchin Soup Kitchen services available to you

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Upcoming Events

We are blessed by many who organize events that benefit the Capuchin Soup Kitchen. If you would like to organize an event, call our Special Events Manager, 313.579.2100, ext. 170

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Vocations

We currently have over 20 men at various levels of formation, as well as those who are living in resident candidacy. These men differ in age, culture, and have unique vocation stories.

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