CSI prepared a delicious lunch for the city's starving people. Believers in the Cathedral Church. Not only the oven but the clothes are also provided in one room. They can take whatever they like. The church's decision on the 177th anniversary of the church is that no one should be hungry on the street. Chalukunnu CMS the cook was hired in the parsonage building adjoining the school.
Apart from Kuttiroor and Toran, the addition of pickled and pickled food also provides some sweetness including cake and fruit. Initially, there were fifteen people and now it has reached 60. The 'Hungry Bread' project is entering its sixth month. Even the most difficult students in some institutions come out. The meal will be served from 12.30 pm onwards. The main income is the amount that the parish sponsors on birthdays and holidays. They also provide financial aid, vegetables, fruit and other produce. The cost to pay for the day is Rs.2000.
“When people came to eat dinner in the shower, they started thinking about clothes. The believers in the mosque were told to wash their clothes and bring them to the temple. What they give will be here. The project's coordinator, Royce C. Mani, said: We ended up getting about five hundred shirts, knees and pants. Rev. Fr. T.O.Umman and the church secretary MV Roy and the handler Kora Abraham are in front of the programme.