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In 2007, competitors became collaborators to #TackleHunger through Souper Bowl of Caring. Since then, the Greater Houston community has generated $28.8 million in donations and continues to inspire other cities to do great things. Join Us.



Houston, Texas


Participating Groups


In Cash and Food Items



To Charities in Their Area

Community Partners

Community Giving

Food and funds are often depleted after the busy holiday season and Souper Bowl of Caring is a simple way to give back during a crucial time for food banks, soup kitchens and meal programs.

Our grocery partners, Central Market, H-E-B, Kroger, Mi Tienda and Randalls have teamed up with us to make giving simple. Look for the Souper Bowl of Caring display to buy prepackaged food items or make a cash donation at the register. 100% of in-store donations directly benefit local-hunger relief charities including the Houston Food Bank and their partner agencies in 18 counties. In addition, Souper Bowl of Caring is proud to work with several area food banks including: Brazos Valley Food Bank, Galveston County Food Bank and Montgomery County Food Bank who help us #TackleHunger in Greater Houston.

100% of all Souper Bowl of Caring donations benefit local hunger-relief charities including the Houston Food Bank and their partner agencies in 18 counties. Souper Bowl of Caring is proud to work with the Houston Food Bank and several area food banks including Brazos Valley Food Bank, Galveston County Food Bank and Montgomery County Food Bank during the annual city-wide initiative.


Houston Food Bank Hunger Facts

  • 1.1 million food insecure people in service area
  • 1,500 partners such as food pantries, soup kitchens, meal sites and shelters
  • 104 million nutritous meals made possible
  • For every $10 donated, Houston Food Bank provides 30 meals.

Most Needed Items

Food contributed through Souper Bowl of Caring, food drives or individual donations must be nonperishable. The item they distribute the most is peanut butter. Protein in various forms is important, and helps the Houston Food Bank provide a nutritious blend of foods.

About Houston Food Bank

The Houston Food Bank is a solution to both hunger and food waste. In the year following Hurricane Harvey the Food Bank distributed 122 million nutritious meals through its network of 1,500 community partners, including food pantries, soup kitchens, social service providers, and schools in southeast Texas. We distribute fresh produce, meat and nonperishables from our warehouse at 535 Portwall, where we also prepare nutritious hot meals for kids in our new state-of-the-art Keegan Kitchen. We work with grocery stores and growers to rescue food before it reaches landfills with a focus on fresh healthy food. Additional community services include nutrition education and SNAP application assistance. We feed hungry people in our 18-county service area alongside our partner food banks in Montgomery County, Galveston and Brazos Valley. The Houston Food Bank, founded in 1982, is a certified member of Feeding America, the nation’s food bank network, with a four-star rating from Charity Navigator. To find out more, visit: Houston Food Bank.

Upcoming Events

Souper Bowl of Caring Houston Community Kick Off

Help us reach our community goal of $2.5 million in monetary and food donations.

Souper Bowl of Caring Fundraiser - Tackle Hunger Texas Luncheon at Junior League of Houston, 1811 Briar Oaks Ln., Houston, TX 77027
Join community leaders for the annual Souper Bowl of Caring fundraiser with silent/live auction including sports memorabilia, a pair of Gallery Furniture “Best Seat in the House” recliners, a large screen tv, awards and Houston philanthropist, Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale as key note speaker. Reserve your seat today at Eventbrite.

Join #TexansHuddlefor100 in celebration of the NFL’s 100th Season. Volunteer and log 100 minutes through Souper Bowl of Caring. Learn more:

Donate to Souper Bowl of Caring

One of the fundamentals of Souper Bowl of Caring is that everything collected by our participants during their campaign is donated directly to the charity of their choice in their local community. Because of this, we rely on donations from caring people like you to help us continue our mission to unite communities and empower youth to tackle hunger. A donation to Souper Bowl of Caring is an investment: For every $1 you donate, $30 is generated for charities in local communities across the country.