Jarrett Wright attends Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte, North Carolina. Jarrett is in the 11th grade and he also plays football.
Jarrett got involved in the Souper Bowl of Caring through his church's annual fundraiser on Super Bowl Sunday. He volunteers at Urban Ministries in Charlotte.
As a member of the National Youth Advisory Board, he wants to learn more about hunger and how to find ways to end it. Also, if he could have any "souper" power, he would like to have "souper" jumps.
-Bio written by fellow member, Demetrous Cockrell
Spotlight: Meet Jarrett Wright
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