Friday, January 22, 2010
Souper Bowl of Caring
We're participating in a nationwide movement called Souper Bowl of Caring that unites schools, communities of faith, other organizations, and compassionate individuals in the fight against hunger. Since the Souper Bowl of Caring began in 1990 with one youth group, more than $60 million has been given to food banks and soup kitchens across the country. We'll collect money in soup kettles and encourage you to bring non-perishable food from now, until February 7th (Super Bowl Sunday), to help feed our neighbors in Parkside Neighborhood through the Sacred Heart Food Pantry.
Our collection will conclude on February 7th, with a Super Bowl Party at Allen and Sara's house. We will show the game on the big screen, have delicious food, play games, and even make some blankets for the family shelter. This is sure to be a good time, no matter which team you root for or if you don't know the difference between a first down and a touch down. Feel free to invite some friends in on the fun!