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All who are hungry are welcome to dine at no cost. Nutritious dinners are prepared and served through the combined efforts of chefs and a host of generous community volunteers. The meals are served in the Men’s Shelter dining hall.

The number of hungry families and individuals dining at The Salvation Army has considerably increased over the past few years.  Since 2010, The Salvation Army has served over 300,000 meals. These meals are often the only source of food that some individuals may receive for the day. We are extremely thankful to those who volunteer to help in our efforts to fight hunger.

The Salvation Army serves dinner to disadvantaged individuals in need every weekday at 3:30 p.m.

Feeding Location:

Men’s Shelter
624 Lexington Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32804  / 407-423-8581 Ext 26480

About the Men’s Shelter 

The Men’s Shelter serves the Orlando Metropolitan Area as a 116 bed facility for men experiencing homelessness.  This facility supports the mission of The Salvation Army by providing warmth and shelter to homeless men.  The Men’s Shelter daily check-in begins at 4:00 pm.