- Posted Nov 7th 3pm by Melissa DaigneaultSouper Bowl of Caring was started on grassroots principles. Today we still rely on the passion of our participants to help spread the message of Souper Bowl of Caring. After all, who can better tell our story than someone who just experienced it?
- Posted Oct 11th 3:27pm by Kendra AtkinsSome nonprofits struggle with engaging young volunteers. They seek to find out what are the key motivators for youth and teens, what inspires them to even volunteer with an organization in the first place and most importantly what keeps them coming back. Souper Bowl of Caring has some of the answers.
- Posted Sep 26th 3:53pm by Melissa Daigneault
- Posted Sep 26th 12:46pm by Melissa DaigneaultGabe Cloud is a 17-year-old senior at Open Bible Christian School in Valdosta, Georgia. Gabriel first became involved with the Souper Bowl of Caring in 2009 when he worked with a local missionary society and Young People's Department. With his participation in the National Youth Advisory Board, Gabriel hopes to have a better outlook on his community. Read more...
- Posted Sep 20th 2:39pm by Melissa Daigneault
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