Capuchin Soup Kitchen is a Detroit human service organization sponsored by the Capuchins of St. Joseph. Started during the Great Depression in 1929, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen served a daily hearty meal to thousands in need. Today it serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. It also provides clothing and household necessities, and offers counseling to those that suffer from the lack of basic human needs. Listen to the inspiring story of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen and learn about their innovative project, Earthworks Urban Farm that converts vacant land to gardens and teaches young people to prepare healthier food from the harvest.