SMT Barakah Community Kitchen

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SMT Barakah Soup Kitchen

(Keighley, West Yorkshire)

“He is not a believer whose stomach is filled while the neighbour to his side goes hungry.” (Hadith)
Our mission is to support the homeless and disadvantaged people in the Keighley and the surrounding areas.
Our vision is to play a unique role in meeting the needs of homeless and vulnerable people.

Food is the vital first step in helping our community towards a better future. Without Barakah Soup Kitchen many of our Friends would struggle to afford everyday essentials, like a hot meal.

We provide over 3,000 hot meals to individuals each year from our Barakah Soup kitchen in Keighley West Yorkshire.

Hot food, clean clothes and warm bedding are a lifeline to our most vulnerable visitors, many of whom suffer from mental illness, physical disability, drug and alcohol misuse, or are rough sleepers.

  • Our own kitchen is fuelled through the help and support of our generous donors.
  • We rely heavily on food donations from the local community and businesses.
  • We would not be able to continue to produce the number of meals a that we do without your donations and support.
  • We appeal to you as individuals and businesses to support this much needed project.
  • The cost of providing 1 hot meal to the homeless and needy is Only £2.50.


SMT Barakah Soup Kitchen
Every Friday from 6pm – 7pm
Sangat Community Centre
Marlborough Street, Keighley
BD21 3HU

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