Souper Bowl of Caring has always believed 100% of everything raised by participating groups - like you and your group - should go directly to the charity of your choice. This season, we invite you to Kick the Extra Point by also giving to Souper Bowl of Caring.
Our national organization makes a local impact because generous donors like you help us continue to provide and mail free resource kits to all participants, grow our youth programs and expand the movement into more communities.
Think of it this way: you already scored big by collecting and donating to the charity of your choice. Now consider helping the Souper Bowl of Caring team continue this incredible movement of giving and serving for many seasons to come.
We rely on donations from caring people like you, maximizing every dollar donated to Souper Bowl of Caring to further the mission and vision of our organization.
And when we say we maximize your dollar, we mean it:
For every $10 you give, you engage 25 young people in giving and serving opportunities through the National Youth Advisory Board, Local Youth Advisory Board, Service Blitzes and Collections.
For every $10 you give, you create $190 more for local charities by supporting Souper Bowl of Caring staff facilitating thousands of collections across the country.
To learn more about how your donation will make an impact and to see a list of current donors, please view our 2016 Community Report.
Thank you for giving and for helping to turn our nation's biggest weekend of football into the largest weekend of giving and serving!
Kick The Extra Point: Support the Souper Bowl of Caring Team
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