Consider this your formal invitation to …
What: The Souper Bowl of Caring
When: Sunday, February 7 from 11:30 AM until 2:00 PM … or when soup runs out.
Where: Under the portico at Hope Church
Why: The Souper Bowl of Caring has been around since 1990 and allows our youth to unite the community against hunger. All money raised stays local and supports those suffering from food insecurities.
How: Two very exciting ways!
- If you would like to cook: Our soup chefs will cook at home and package soup in marked to-go containers that will be provided in advance. Soup can be dropped off at the church on Saturday afternoon, between 2:00-4:00 PM, Sunday morning between 9:00-10:00 AM, or upon appointment / pick up. A yet to be determined contest and prestigious award will be presented to one of our amazing soup chefs!
- If you would like to purchase soup: Soup will be for sale on Sunday, February 7th from 11:30 AM-2:00 PM. Soup will be served drive-thru style. Please enter from 12th Street and follow the signs. Soup will be bagged and all those working the Souper Bowl of Caring will be masked. For those unable to travel to Hope on the 7th a limited number of deliveries will be available.
Who: If you are interested in becoming a Soup Chef or would like to sign up for delivery of Soup the day of, please email Jennifer Gantzer at email@example.com or call / text Jen at (414)659-5309.
We are very excited to see you on the seventh! Please know we will be smiling beneath our masks.
In 1990, Souper Bowl of Caring began with a simple prayer from a single youth group:
“Lord, even as we enjoy the Super Bowl football game,
help us be mindful of those without a bowl of soup to eat.”
Since then, more than $160 million has been generated for local charities across the country through Souper Bowl of Caring. It has become powerful movement that transforms the time around the Big Game into the nation’s largest celebration of giving and caring for those in need.
Through this mission, young people learn to make a positive difference in the world as they collect food, raise money and serve at hunger-relief charities and show caring and compassion in local communities across the country. Share in God’s love for our neighbors in need and give generously on Souper Bowl Sunday.
To learn more, visit Tacklehunger.org