The Women and Children's Free Restaurant, a local non-profit that feeds thousands of families a year, is planning to move to a new building which could allow them to reach even more families.
The restaurant is hoping to move from its current location on North Monroe to the old Center Pointe Building on the corner of Washington and Sinto.
For 26 years the restaurant has fed families from a small church basement, but in order to grow their organization, they need to grow their kitchen.
"We provide nourishment for their souls as well as nourishment for their bodies," Sherry Harbaugh said.
The kitchen serves up between 100 and 300 plates of food a day; no one is ever turned away.
"We've got everyone from single mom goes to work 40 hours a week but runs short of grocery money towards the end of the month, we have people that might not even have a home that come to dinner, we've got students, grandmothers and grandkids," Erin Stricher said.
For the first time in the organization's history they will soon have a building to call their own.