SF Planning Commission, Tony Robbins Back Nuns' Mission District Soup KitchenA group of Bay Area nuns have scored a major victory in the saga over where to move their soup kitchen. Their prayers are being answered with the help of some celebrity heavyweights.
Neighbors Fight To Keep Evicted Nuns From Moving Soup Kitchen Into SF CondoThere’s more trouble for a pair of well-meaning nuns whose soup kitchen operation was evicted from the Tenderloin neighborhood in San Francisco.
Deal Delays Eviction Threat For San Francisco NunsNuns who faced possible eviction from San Francisco's gritty Tenderloin district because of a rent increase have won a reprieve.
San Francisco Soup Kitchen Loses Volunteers Due To BART Strike, Issues Call For HelpSt. Anthony's Dining Room is scrambling to cover volunteer shifts this weekend and into next week due to the ongoing BART strike.
Soup Kitchen Next To Wealthy Atherton Gears Up To Feed ThousandsA soup kitchen that shares a fence line with one of the most affluent communities in the Bay Area has been feeding 600 people daily since 1974.
San Francisco’s St. Anthony Foundation Reaches Service MilestoneSt. Anthony's dining hall opened in San Francisco 60 years ago, and it is now marking its 37 millionth meal served. The milestone comes as the charity is seeing a significant increase in the needs for its services.

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