Souper Bowl of Caring, Skins vs. Zeps 2022
Skins vs. Zeps
Community Food Drive
February 7-11, 2022
The "Souper Bowl of Caring" is an annual event that is national in scope, yet local in impact. We're inviting YOU to join us in helping the families and people of our area who need food assistance. The week before the big game, we will be gathering canned food items for those who are in need. The food given will then be used to stock the local nutrition programs in our area - GMN Caldwell Senior Nutrition and The Samaritan House…
A Small School With a Big HeartHoly Trinity Episcopal School serves 41 students in PK-3 through Grade 5. The 16 faculty and staff make the total number 57 in the school. The past three weeks, the students, their families, and the faculty and staff at Holy Trinity held a food drive for the Humble Area Assistance Ministries (HAAM). Today, Friday, November 19th, we culminated the drive and delivered 3,832 food items to HAAM. We could not be more proud of our school community for stepping up at this crucial time. Way to go Holy…
Despite COVID...Trinity Lutheran Church & School in Bend, Oregon, was able to bring in more than 700 pounds of food, despite COVID spoiling the "fun" of the Super Bowl.
Collection bins for both 2021 teams were in elementary and high school/church locations. The Kansas City Chiefs were the clear winner, with more than 450 food packages brought, besting the Buccaneers' collection by more than 100 items.
All donations were delivered to the St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank in Bend.
Community ServiceAt the end of every trimester, we as a small Christian school look for ways to serve our community. From raking leaves and repairing equipment to writing Christmas cards to deployed soldiers and collecting food for local charities. This Trimester, we had a competition among the students and staff to see which group could collect the most food items, most money and most weight of items all to help others with food insecurities. We also gave prizes in those categories so we can celebrate with…
Let the competition begin!Monday kicks off our 2nd annual Souper Bowl of Caring Canned Food Drive Competition! Our classrooms will be split into two teams - AFC Kansas City Chiefs and NFC San Francisco 49ers! Be sure to ask your student which team they are on!
How it works: Each team will compete to see who can donate the most canned / dry foods (in lbs.). The team who donates the most will win a prize (and bragging rights, of course!). PLUS, if we collect 750 lbs of food (or more), the ENTIRE SCHOOL will…
What are we doing???The 7th grade class at Elite Scholars Academy in Jonesboro, GA is looking forward to helping those in our local community.
Each of the 4 homeroom classes will be collecting non-perishable food items. The homeroom with the most items will win a celebratory experience in recognition of their success.
Thank you for supporting our effort!
Souper Bowl 2020This year I have a new group of Preschoolers, who are learning about love, community and empathy. These are deep subjects for kiddos who think literal and so a literal show of love is a good teaching tool.
I am excited to see how our month long lesson will impact them.
Souper Bowl of CaringCenter for Achievement did an amazing job collecting can and dry goods for our Souper Bowl of Caring Event. Each grade was so excited to contribute to the cause. Our 4th grade team (students) led the event and got each classroom excited about helping our community. Can't wait until next year!!
Harvest Park Middle School's 10th Annual Souper Bowl of Caring DriveHarvest Park Middle School, in Pleasanton, CA (San Francisco Bay Area), participated in the Souper Bowl of Caring during the month of January, leading up to the Super Bowl. Leadership students decorated football-themed collection containers for each classroom and the office. Each Friday on HPTV, our closed-circuit TV broadcast featured student-produced public service announcements to educate the students and staff about the impact of hunger in our community. Some teachers held classroom…
Food Drive was a success!We donated over 15 boxes of food to the St. Theresa's Catholic Church this year. It was our first time giving to this charity and it was a great event. All grade levels from Pre-K to 5th were involved in the donations. Our 5th graders were the ones who came daily to box up that day's supplies and keep our donation table neat and tidy.
The students loved doing this.
Super Bowl of CaringFondren Elementary is participating in the 2019 Super Bowl of Caring and donating 100% of collected food items to the needy families on our campus.
ACS Tackles HungerOn February 1, 2019, bring a donation of cans of soup or other non-perishables to ACS. There will be a box for those who support the Rams. There will also be a box for those who support the Patriots. Most importantly there will be a big box for those who support the Saints.
Our community is important to us!Our CSW community service project will benefit Lorraine's Soup Kitchen! We will donate food in conjunction with Ste. St Rose De Lima Souper Bowl of Caring fundraiser. Send in your donations anytime this month. Last year we collected 790 lbs of food! Help us tackle hunger in our community!
Making a difference in the lives of othersWE are the Ray K. Daily Dragons in Houston I.S.D. Our campus includes grades Pre K to 5th grade. We are developing positive productive individuals for society. This activity will allow the students to develop a strong connection to their community as they collect food for the Houston Food Bank. This will provide food for the hungry and compassion to those in need.
At the end of our week long effort of collecting canned food, we will report our total to the Souper Bowl of Caring so our…
Souper Bowl 2019The Pleasant Valley School District will participate in a collection of canned soup to benefit the West End Food Pantry in Kunkletown, PA. Souper Bowl 2019 is the name of the event. Each school in the district will participate in collecting cans to gain yards prior to the real Super Bowl. This event will take place the entire month of January. For every 10 cans of Progresso type soup, each school will gain one yard. For every 13 cans of Campbell type soup, each school will gain one yard. …
Feeding 2000 Utahans for a Day!Freedom Preparatory Academy's high school student council attended a Community Action meeting early in the 2017-18 school year. There our students and advisors learned about the hunger that members of our community faced every single day and how doing a project for the Souper Bowl of Caring could help. We learned that with local food connections, Community Action of Provo could feed a family of four for a day, and that started us thinking of ways we could raise money and help fight hunger in…
Souper Bowl SculpturesStudents in St. Michael the Archangel Middle School collected soup cans for one week. That week during homeroom periods, they chose sculpture themes and brought in props to accent the soup can sculptures .
On Souper Bowl Sculpture day, they gathered in the school gym, prayed, and attended a brief assembly that explained the origins, mission, vision and highlights of the Souper Bowl of Caring. They then gathered as homerooms and created their unique sculptures. Faculty and staff voted…
TCS Collection Going Strong!We currently have 210 items to donate to Cedar Hill Food Pantry and we are expecting more today!
Let's Get StartedUnion Point STEAM Academy is a small, but mighty school. We have about 400 students K-8. Our goal is 200 cans!
NYAB StorySouper Bowl of Caring has changed so much in my ability to lead and perceiver. I am so grateful for all of the help and compassion from this amazing organization. Both conferences helped me become knowledgeable about this calling and about my own abilities when it comes to service and leadership. I learned so much about my community's desire to help others and I met some amazing people on the way.
I started fighting against hunger in Troop 55 three years ago when I led Scouting for Food…
Souper Bowl of Caring supports Lowcountry familiesCSU Campus News
Charleston Southern University CSU News Souper Bowl of Caring supports Lowcountry families
Souper Bowl of Caring supports Lowcountry families
University Relations // 02.06.2017
Campus ministries collected more than 100 cans of non-perishable canned food items during Sunday's annual Souper Bowl of Caring at Charleston Southern University.
Tri-County family members will receive the soup, beans, peas and other canned items that the students donated. Every dollar…
'Souper Bowl of Caring' held at Ford Middle School'Souper Bowl of Caring' held at Ford Middle School
By Robert Barboza, Special Writer
ACUSHNET -- On Friday, Ford Middle School students and staff learned a valuable lesson that caring for your neighbors makes you a winner, just like the locally-beloved New England Patriots football team that was getting ready for the weekend's Super Bowl appearance.
The middle school's students and staff came to school that day with more than 300 cans of soup to be donated to Acushnet elders in need…
'Souper' BowlThe Shelter Island National Honor Society (NHS) recently partnered with Souper Bowl of Caring to create an opportunity for students to join in a national movement of giving.
In the days leading up to the Super Bowl, odd grades at the school went up against even grades to see which team could collect the most food and household items for the food pantry.
Total donations in the amount of $30 and 421 food items brought bragging rights to the odd team.
On Monday, February 6, NHS members…
Georgia Military College hosts "Souper Bowl" of caringGeorgia Military College Augusta hosted a "Souper Bowl" of Caring event to raise money for its scholarship fund.
Students, staff, and faculty all came together to make 13 different soups to sell from chilis, chowders and stews.
Meals were sold for $3 each, which included a bowl of soup, cornbread and a drink. Meal refills were also made available for $2. The faculty, staff and students participating in the event wore their favorite teams' jersey.
The event brought in a total of $301…