- Melissa DaigneaultDouglas Manzone is 15 years old and is from Florida. He attends the providence extension program and is in 10th grade. He got involved with Souper Bowl of Caring through church and his brother, Robert Manzone, who also served on the National Youth Advisory Board.
- Melissa DaigneaultChristine Huang is a 16-year-old junior at Carnegie Vanguard High School. Christine got involved in Souper Bowl of Caring in 2012 through her local Mayor's Youth Council. She also served on the 2013-2014 Houston Local Youth Advisory Board.
- Melissa DaigneaultBrianna Houston is a 17-year-old senior from Dallas, TX, where she attends the Greenhill School. She got involved with Souper Bowl of Caring through her school last year and served on the North Texas Local Youth Advisory Board.
- Melissa DaigneaultCaitlynn Godwin lives in Lewisville, TX and is 15 years old. She is a sophomore at Lewisville High School and plays on the softball team. Caitlynn got involved with Souper Bowl of Caring through Aldersgate UMC Youth Group. They have been an active participant since 1998.
- Melissa DaigneaultKathryn Blanchard, a Junior at Ryle High School in Walton, Ky., is passionate and enthusiastic about serving. From swimming for her school and the local YMCA, to volunteering at the VA to sewing quilts with her church, Kat keeps herself busy, but finds joy in it all.
- Melissa DaigneaultMolly Bauer is a 17-year-old senior who attends Springfield Township High School in Springfield, Penn. Molly has been an active participant of Souper Bowl of Caring through her church. So when she learned about the National Youth Advisory Board, she knew she had to apply.
- Melissa DaigneaultWe are excited to announce we have selected 14 high school students from across the United States to join our National Youth Advisory Board. These students are high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who make a yearlong commitment to fight hunger and poverty in our nation. They will act as ambassadors for the Souper Bowl of Caring in their communities and help us generate new ideas for tackling hunger. Read more...