Woman's mission to raise money for homeless kitchen is personal

The women, bound in faith, decided to call themselves "Kairos" after a word in the Bible.

The women cook for hundreds of women at a time at the Salvation Army’s Center of Hope. The kitchen dates back to 1991. With ovens that work intermittently and appliances that have long outlived their service, sometimes preparing meals for so many is difficult.

“It’s happened many times we’ve had to really makeshift something to get our meats cooked,” said Sheila Tuttle, a volunteer with Kairos.

Several months ago, the women from the group decided to try and raise enough money for a total makeover of the kitchen. The tab for the job is $150,000. It might sound like a lofty fundraising goal, but already, generous donors have given more than $100,000 to the cause.

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