Tomorrow is North Texas Giving Day where YOU can help us #tacklehunger and change the game for North Texas food charities! In North Texas alone, over $2.1 million was raised for the charities locally last year. That is a BUNCH of the charities who are also in need of support this year.
Remember: What if EVERYONE who watched a FOOTBALL GAME gave $1 to a Souper Bowl of Caring campaign this year? That would #changethegame for ALL of the hungry people in America.
Thank you for your support!
North Texas Giving Day! Get Up and Give Tomorrow to Tackle Hunger!
2015 Service Blitz Brings Cheer to Columbia CharitiesPosted Feb 26th 2015 12:39pmYouth from schools and church groups across the Midlands region joined Souper Bowl of Caring for its annual Service Blitz. Volunteers spent the morning celebrating our mission and hearing more from special youth leaders who have served as spokespeople for Souper Bowl of Caring for the past year.
Sept. 13, 2012 from 7am-12mid: Support SBoC During Get Up and Give! North Texas Giving DayPosted Aug 31st 2012 2:58pmParticipate in "Get Up and Give! North Texas Giving Day" and support Souper Bowl of Caring on September 13th, 2012 from 7am-12mid. During this day, Souper Bowl of Caring will be eligible to receive matching donations through our online DonorBridge profile. Each year, Souper Bowl of Caring mobilizes youth to collect dollars and cans for hunger-relief organizations in their local communities in the weeks leading up to the NFL Super Bowl football game. 100% of the money they collect goes directly to the charity their choice. None of the money comes to our national headquarters. We rely on donations from caring people like you to help us grow this movement! The support we receive enables us to fund administrative costs, our youth leadership and service programs, website and printed materials at no cost to participants. DonorBridge is run by Communities Foundation of Texas (CFT), with the support of The Dallas Foundation and the Center for Nonprofit Management....
Albertsons Stores Collect Donations for Salvation Army Diaster Relief Efforts in North TexasPosted Apr 5th 2012 12:09pmAlbertsons customers will be able to help provide relief to local area residents affected by the tornadoes that swept across North Texas this past Tuesday. A cash donation of $1, $3 and $5 can be made at the register and will support The Salvation Army's disaster relief efforts. "Albertsons stores and customers have traditionally stepped up to support the efforts of the The Salvation Army during times of national crisis," said Wayne Denningham, President Albertsons LLC Southern Division. "The impact of the devastating tornadoes in the DFW Metroplex will present recovery challenges for many weeks to come. Our in-store fundraising campaign gives us the opportunity to respond quickly to support the efforts of great organizations like The Salvation Army as emergencies arise." In-store donations at Albertsons locations in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, New Mexico and Texas will be collected through April 27, 2012....
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