Show Your Support Through Souper Bowl of Caring

During Super Bowl 50, young people and groups across the country raised over 10 million in cash and resources for charities through Souper Bowl of Caring. This national movement is transforming the weekend of the Big Game into the nation’s largest youth-inspired weekend of giving and serving.

The Souper Bowl of Caring is a simple and meaningful way to unite communities around important issues, such as hunger, poverty, and homelessness; it empowers young people to lead the movement in their local community,
believing that no one is too young to make a difference.

Join in! Designate a Sunday between January 15 and February 5 as Souper Bowl Sunday and challenge your congregation to donate by passing soup pots to receive a special offering. Get your youth group or Bible study involved through a food or toiletry drive or other special Souper Bowl Sunday event. Or take time during your party for the big game to ask friends and family to donate.

To register, email or call 610-433-6421. Please mail or deliver the money raised to the Lehigh Conference of Churches (457 Allen St., Allentown, PA 18102) by February 27. Thanks for your support!


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