Souper Bowl of Caring

What is Souper Bowl of Caring?

Souper Bowl of Caring is a national movement of young people, working together around the time of the Super Bowl football game to fight hunger and poverty in their local communities. The idea for Souper Bowl of Caring came from this prayer: “Lord, even as we enjoy the Super Bowl football game, help us be mindful of those that do not have a bowl of soup to eat.”

How to participate:

• Make an announcement during the weeks leading up to Super Bowl Sunday at your church, work office or group of friends

• Collect money and food donations on February 3rd or the week before

• Donate to RIFA

Why do it? 

We believe hunger and poverty have a negative impact on individuals and the communities in which they live, yet there is joy in serving and giving to those in need. More than 48 million Americans, including 16 million children, suffer from hunger
because they live in food insecure households. (source: feedingamerica.org) In Madison County, over 18,000 people live with the uncertainty of where their next meal will come from.

Each year, 150 million people will tune into the Super Bowl while 48 million Americans struggle with hunger. Make a play with RIFA and Souper Bowl of Caring!

For more information contact Lindsay Dawkins at ldawkins@rifajackson.org.

Click here to download poster.

Why donate to RIFA?

RIFA is a refuge for so many.

-Paul Reed, RIFA volunteer
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