TULSA, Okla. - Charity group Stone Soup offer services that allow customers to pay what they can when purchasing food.
They recently handed out lunch at the Phillips Theological Seminary on north Mingo road.
Every month the group plans to switch up their location to offer more Tulsans the chance to visit.
This is part of a new venture to encourage citizens to eat healthy and be able to afford fresh gourmet meals.
"Many of us have the ability to purchase at a farmers market or to go to a fine dining establishment, but some in our community don't have the financial resources to do that," said Stone Soup Community Venture CEO Christy Moore.
Stone Soup also partnered with the Seminary to provide neighbors with instructional community garden.
They want to teach garden skills and nutrition.