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Souper Bowl of Caring

While Americans turn their attention to the biggest sports event of the year, Super Bowl XLVI, more than a quarter of a million young people are working to transform Super Bowl weekend into the nation’s largest celebration of giving and serving through Souper Bowl of Caring.
This year, the youth of St. Gregorios Church, Austin will participate in the souper bowl of caring initiative and will join the youth all across the country to collect canned foods for the local food bank. This will be done in parternship with the Pidi-Ari project (the monthly food drive) and will be donated to the local food bank. The canned foods can be dropped at the church till the 1st of February.
Last year, more than 260,000 youth collected over $9.5 million and every penny went to local organizations that help people in need. Souper Bowl of Caring organizers expect this year to be bigger than ever, with a goal to mobilize 270,000 young people to collect $11 million for hunger relief charities nationwide.

By using this weekend as a time to help others, youth are learning about the realities of hunger in their own neighborhoods and are turning one of the nation’s universal times of celebration and parties into an opportunity to care for those in need.


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Pidi Ari Project

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39580 lbs

of canned food donated since the start of the project. Thank you!

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