More people are needing the Souls Harbour soup kitchen services in Regina this summer.
The organization is seeing an average of 250 people on weekday nights
Spokesperson Deana Struble said as a result, their need for volunteers has increased.
“Summer is a tough time for us for volunteers,” Struble said. “A lot of people go away, and now people are focusing on back-to-school right now, so we do usually also see a dip in volunteers this time of year,” she added.
For those interested in volunteering, there is never a bad time to do so.
“For the fall most certainly we do get busier,” Struble said. “We have our Thanksgiving meal in October and different things going on as well,” she said.
Souls Harbour has been around the queen city for 28 years