The Love Kitchen
Project overview
YEAR: 2000 CLIENT: Helen Ashe and Ellen Turner, The Love Kitchen founders LOCATION: Martin Luther King, Jr Avenue, Knoxville, TN VOLUNTEER(S): Gerry Eastman, RA, Albert Barnes, and Paul Palko

The Love Kitchen provides meals, clothing and emergency food packages to homebound, homeless and unemployed people of all races.

The ETCDC worked with Helen Ashe and Ellen Turner to develop the concept plans to relocate the facility from a house to a commercial building on Martin Luther King, Jr Avenue.

The ETCDC worked with Helen Ashe and Ellen Turner, The Love Kitchen founders, to develop the concept plans to relocate from the original location, which was in a small house on McCalla Avenue to its current expanded facility on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The Love Kitchen provides meals, clothing and emergency food packages to homebound, homeless and unemployed people … Read More

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The ETCDC worked with Helen Ashe and Ellen Turner, The Love Kitchen founders, to develop the concept plans to relocate from the original location, which was in a small house on McCalla Avenue to its current expanded facility on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

The Love Kitchen provides meals, clothing and emergency food packages to homebound, homeless and unemployed people of all races and faiths. They work with local agencies to provide meals, secure used clothing, and donate services with the goal of promoting the self-sufficiency of those they serve.

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