As you have recently learned, Michael's Soul Kitchen was vandalized on Friday May 29th during the aftermath of what started out as a peaceful protest in downtown Indianapolis.
Michael's Soul Kitchen has been a proud partner with lo cal churches and community organizations to provide free meals to low income and COVID-19 affected seniors in our inner city and in assisted living facilities around the city. We provided these same meals to any families adversely affected by COVID-19!
All this dispite the fact that Michael's Soul Kitchen has been closed for regular operations since late March.
Michael's is Black owned and operated family restaurant struggling to remain a proud part of Downtown Indianapolis and an example to not just the black community, but to all; that by faith we can accomplish our dreams.
We say "THANK YOU: to all those who supported Michael's Soul Kitchen through your patronage while we were open and we sincerely appreciate your support in helping us stand strong and regroup following this malicious attack! We plan to come back and continue serving good Soulfood to go and our service to those in need.
We look forward to serving you soon.
❤ Romeo and Connie
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