- Melissa DaigneaultIn September, Souper Bowl of Caring hosted its first-ever Tackle Hunger Houston Luncheon. As you may know, 100% of all donations collected during the weeks leading up to the Big Game are donated back to charities our participants choose. For this event, we were fortunate enough to have our partners and participants give back to us. We are grateful to say the luncheon raised $247,000. Now we can continue our mission: inspiring more people and groups to fight hunger and poverty in their communities. Read more...
- Melissa DaigneaultWe are looking for high school students from the Houston area to lend their voices to the mission of Souper Bowl of Caring. Local Youth Advisory Board members gain invaluable opportunities for decision-making, leadership and training as they learn about how to maximize opportunities to help those in need.
- Melissa DaigneaultSarah Kate Thomas is 17 years old. She attends Memorial High School and is in the 12th grade. She got involved with Souper Bowl of Caring through the Mayor's Youth Council three years ago. She also served on the 2013-2014 Houston Local Youth Advisory Board.
- Melissa DaigneaultJonathan Simmons is a 16-year-old junior at Waltrip High School in Houston, TX. He got involved with the Souper Bowl of Caring, which he calls "the greatest fundraiser ever known to man," through the Houston Mayor's Youth Council.