Report YourAdd your numbers to the national total and help us show the impact of this grassroots, youth-led movement of caring.
Tackle Hunger in HoustonRegister your group to participate in Souper Bowl of Caring by collecting food and/or money, donating 100% to the charity of your choice and reporting back to us.
With the help of the Houston Texans, we're transforming Super Bowl weekend into the nation's largest celebration of giving and serving!
100% of every dollar and pound of food goes directly to a food bank or soup kitchenRegister your group to participate and organize a collection. We'll send you free materials!
Donate while you shop at H-E-B, Kroger or Randalls.
Give at your doorstep! Local scout troops will be collecting food door-to-door.
Hunger in HoustonA gnawing feeling in the stomach. Light-headedness. Dizziness. Headaches. Lethargy or weakness. Inability to concentrate. A craving for food. Pain. All of these are associated with hunger.
We are mobilizing to tackle hunger and bring hope to hungry people in our community. Of the 137,000 different people who receive food assistance each week in our area: Nearly half of households include at least one working adult, 94% are not homeless, and 47% are children
Learn more about hunger in Houston
Feeding America Hunger Study 2010 and the Houston Food Bank
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THANK YOU for being a part of the nation's largest celebration of giving and serving! Now that Super Bowl Sunday has come and gone- see the significance of your group's contribution (no matter how large or small ) by REPORTING your collection TODAY! Help us show the nation how working together as a team can have a positive and significant impact in local communities and for hunger-relief agencies. We invite you to REGISTER again and unite with schools, congregations, community organizations and compassionate individuals across the country to "tackle hunger" in 2014.