Souper Bowl of Caring is a national youth-led movement of schools, congregations, community organizations and compassionate individuals joining together to fight hunger and poverty in their local communities, transforming the time around the Super Bowl into the nation's largest celebration of giving and serving. Since the program started in 1990, volunteers have collected more than $98 million in dollars and cans, with 100 percent of all donations going directly to community food banks, soup kitchens or other charities chosen by each group.
Goals & Objectives
-To engage all 32 NFL teams and cities. -To raise $10 million a year to fight hunger. -To involve more than 250,000 young people a year in this effort. -To recruit at least 15,000 churches and schools to participate in this national effort.
-Provide quality resources that will be made available through the mail and online once a group registers to participate. -Reach out to denominational partners and leverage these relationships to retain groups and recruit new ones. -Reach out to school districts to retain schools and recruit new ones.