My Fathers Kitchen

My Fathers Kitchen

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My Fathers Kitchen

He said he heard God that day: “‘In my father’s kitchen. It’s a place where you will feed their bellies and I will feed their spirit.’ It all came in a second. Boom,” Tumino recalled, standing in the same kitchen that his brother and father now oversee.
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My Fathers Kitchen

Tumino used to be the chef at Asti Caffe, a fixture on Syracuse’s North Side. But he gave that up — and the steady income – to try his own way of getting Syracuse’s hard-to-reach homeless population off the street. In My Father’s Kitchen is a meal-by-meal, person-by-person, effort.
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My Fathers Kitchen

“In My Father’s Kitchen” was officially born in September 2011. Food would be the bridge for homeless people to come inside. Instead of cooking for a packed dining room at Asti, where people sit under signed photos of the Baldwin brothers and other Syracuse dignitaries, Tumino puts on his white chef’s coat and cooks up meals for the people under Syracuse’s bridges. There are roughly 400 homeless people who sleep in shelters every night in Onondaga County. Most of the people Tumino helps rarely, if ever, make it into a shelter. He delivers meals twice a week – about a dozen on each trip.
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My Fathers Kitchen

In My Father’s Kitchen, Inc. (IMFK) is a 501(c) not-for-profit corporation registered with the New York Department of State on September 7, 2011. It was founded by John and Leigh-Ann Tumino, and is a faith-based organization offering non-denominational and non-discriminatory assistance to homeless people through direct street outreach. As John and Leigh-Ann build relationship s with chronically homeless individuals they identify and meet the unique needs of homeless people not yet ready to leave the streets and who refuse to stay in emergency shelters. As a result, IMFK provides food and basic necessitates to homeless individuals where they live on the streets, on a consistent and compassionate basis, until the homeless individual is comfortable accepting help and working with community agencies to secure housing. IMFK has one full-time employee, one full-time volunteer, 30-35 core volunteers, and as many as 60 volunteers for community events.
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My Fathers Kitchen

Ad Quan Pho Viet 119 reviews 4.3 Miles away from My Father's Kitchen Curtis S. said “Came here on a Saturday evening around 5pm, and the place was pretty empty, but they could seat 19 of us. What a good surprise. The service was friendly. The food came quickly, and everything looked great.…” read more in Vietnamese Ad Hakka Restaurant 362 reviews Come Dine With Us Today! Anne H. said “This place is like a hole in the wall restaurant in the middle of no where hiding in the residential area. The place is kind of small but the food is delicious. Went on a busy Sunday night but our food came…” read more in Chinese
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My Fathers Kitchen

Ad Quan Pho Viet 119 reviews 4.3 Miles away from My Father's Kitchen Curtis S. said “Came here on a Saturday evening around 5pm, and the place was pretty empty, but they could seat 19 of us. What a good surprise. The service was friendly. The food came quickly, and everything looked great.…” read more in Vietnamese

My Fathers Kitchen

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