The City Rescue Mission is celebrating the grand opening of its newly renovated "Kitchen of Hope."
City Rescue Mission's kitchen served around 350,000 meals a day before renovations.
This redesign will help them serve twice as many.
The newly renovated kitchen has a more open floor plan with brand new seating, and multiple food lines which will give people the option to choose what food they want.
The new design will also make it possible for the City Rescue Mission to host cooking and culinary classes, which they hope will help people get back on their feet faster.
"It's more than just providing meals. it's about restoring hope and dignity into the lives that are hurting," said Erin Goodin from City Rescue Mission.
City Rescue Mission will officially cut the ribbon on their new kitchen of hope at 2 p.m. Tuesday.