The Souper Bowl of Caring

February 7, 2021 by  
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This year is different for many reasons. But, one thing that is the same: the need to tackle hunger with the Souper Bowl of Caring. This year, the need for hunger relief in our country has grown exponentially. Our local food charities need our help!

You can watch the Feb. 7 worship service here.

While we can’t place our donations in soup pots after worship as is our tradition, there are several ways to help those in need this year. You can send donations to Ivy’s financial secretary, Peter LaSalle. Please make checks out to Ivy Chapel and write Souper Bowl of Caring on the memo line.

Or donate directly to the food pantries most in need. Souper Bowl of Caring started their Tackle Hunger Map to respond to this urgent need. The Tackle Hunger Map allows you to see where local food charities are and what they need to do their important work. You can donate right through the map and be a part of the tradition of using the energy of the Big Game to tackle hunger.

What if everyone watching the Big Game gave just one dollar to local charities? What if each person gave what they could to local charities? We would have a lot less food insecurity in our country!

Thank you for helping make a collective impact on hunger!

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2 Comments on "The Souper Bowl of Caring"

  1. United Lutheran Presbyterian Parish on Mon, 8th Feb 2021 7:03 pm 

    We collected $127 for our local food pantry.
    Why is it so difficult to find a place to report this?

    We are the United Lutheran Presbyterian Parish of Dolgeville, New York.

  2. Rich on Mon, 22nd Feb 2021 9:36 am 

    I apologize for the delay in this response. We’re not directly affiliated with the Souper Bowl of Caring, we are supporters, just like you. You should be able to report your donations at tacklehunger.org. (There is a link on the website inviting visitors to login to report donations.)

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