• It's Not Too Late To Make A Play!

    With only two weeks until the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl, it is not too late for you to make a play and become a champion off the field!
  • Meet the 2014-2015 Columbia Local Youth Advisory Board

    Since 2007, Souper Bowl of Caring has had the honor of meeting and training high school students from across the country through our National Youth Advisory Board program. We look forward to the opportunities they provide to act as ambassadors for our organization. We are excited to announce a new extension to that program: the Columbia Local Youth Advisory Board. We also have Local Youth Advisory Boards in Houston and Dallas, but we are especially excited to introduce the program to Columbia, the city where we were founded.
  • Columbia Charities! Accept Volunteers for the Columbia Service Blitz

    Join other midlands area nonprofits working together to transform Super Bowl weekend into the largest weekend of giving and serving. Register as a host organization for the 2015 Columbia Service Blitz.
  • 2014-2015 Columbia Local Youth Advisory Board Applications Now Available!

    We are looking for high school students from the Columbia 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. Read more...
  • December 2nd is #GivingTuesday

    December 2, 2014 is the day "tue" give! We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back.
  • Spotlight: Meet Grace Smith

    Grace Smith is a junior at Spring Valley High School and an amazing person. Grace was originally introduced to the Souper Bowl of Caring through her father, Dr. Brad Smith, who is the founder of the Souper Bowl of Caring.