HOUSTON HOST VICTORIA BAYNES LOPEZ USES KIDZ VIEW PLATFORM TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR HUNGERVictoria Baynes Lopez has been in media since the age of 5. Today at 12 years old she is an author, Actress, motivational speaker and host of two radio talk shows , "what up world" on Voice America Kidstar network and The Kidz View Talk Show a genuine journey production featured every Saturday on KCOH radio. Victoria speaks on Food insecurities among kids, tackling obesity to which she has overcome that obstacle by mentoring youth on portion sizes and holds anti - bullying rallies. She has worked with...
SouperBowl of Caring Helping Hungry 4 the Holidays 2015 Online Collection and ITZ 4 KIDZ BY KIDZ
President Souper Bowl of Caring Clara Cooper and Melissa Deingnaut on What Up World Voice America KidsVictoria Baynes Lopez, Founder Itz 4 Kidz By Kidz is the founder of Cougar Radio Ruby Clifton Middle school. She has a new radio broadcast from KidStar that reaches 6.5 million listeners Globally. Voice America Kids What Up World empowers youth success and gives light to youth issues. So Victoria loves President Obama's quote "matter what you look like, what your last name is or where you came from-everyone has an opportunity to be a success."
Victoria Baynes Lopez and the Miss Heart of the USA PageantVictoria Baynes Lopez used to participate in many pageants and when you win a crown -there lot of responsibility and though crowns break and lose stones but she felt God called her for a higher purpose than a worldly crown. And she is on a mission to show other youths to get involved and to help each other because by 2015 half the worlds population will be under 25 years old. So though she does not compete she found a wonderful program called the Miss Heart of the USA -where they have pageants to...
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Great PlaceThis food pantry is a wonderful place to go if you need help. The food is good and plentiful and you often get things you need that are not food. thanks to all who support this pantry and volunteer there. You have helped our family through some rough times.
Kettering Food Pantry located at Greenmont Oakpark Church
Hoptown Guys Bible StudyOur group is a home-based Bible Study that includes diverse young men from across our community. We were looking for service opportunities for the guys and Souper Bowl of Caring was a natural fit. Many of the guys are athletes. Knowing about hunger in our community, and need, this was a compelling opportunity to enable them to become servant leaders.
Hoptown Guys Bible Study's 2014 Collection and Hoptown Guys Bible Study
TPHS JOOI Club Makes Sandwiches for the HomelessThe Torrey Pines High School Junior Optimist Octagon International (JOOI) club prepared 160 brown bag lunches which were distributed to the homeless in downtown San Diego on March 30, 2014. The bags contained a peanut butter/jelly sandwich, a piece of fruit, granola bar and a bottle of water. The students earned the funds to provide these meals through a recycling drive and a bake sale. These teens did all the shopping and the preparing of these brown bag meals themselves.
Torrey Pines Friendly Falcons an Optimist International JOOI Club's 2014 Collection and Torrey Pines Friendly Falcons an Optimist International JOOI Club
Youth at People's United Methodist Church Host A Breakfast for the Rockland District Nursing AssociationYouth at People's United Methodist Church in South Thomaston, ME hosted a breakfast to support the Rockland District Nursing Association as part of a Souper Bowl of Caring event. Saturday, March 1, 2014 found the Youth being "work-a-bees" at the Church hosting the FREE breakfast, with a basket for donations located at the entrance. RDNA is an independent, local non-profit organization that has continuously provided non-acute, in-home nursing services to residents of Rockland and surrounding midcoast...
FREE Homestyle Breakfast sponsored by PUMC Youth Group in South Thomaston and South Thomaston Peoples United Methodist Youth Group
Homeless Breakfast in Austin, TXRedeemer Lutheran provides a breakfast for the Homeless (in partnership with Foundation for the Homeless) on the 4th Thursday of each month. Volunteers begin gathering at 4:30am @ First United Methodist in downtown Austin to prepare a delicious and well-appreciated breakfast of Scrambled Eggs, Sausage Patties, Biscuits & Gravy, Coffee/Juice/Milk. We feed 300-350. Our annual Souper Bowl of Caring offering helps to supplement the cost of the breakfast which is around $400 each month.
Redeemer Lutheran Church and Redeemer Lutheran Church
Helping the HungryWe here at Christ Lutheran Church took this wonderful opportunity to help. With such an uplifting environment with the SuperBowl game it was an awesome time for our congregation to engage in helping the less fortunate and provide food for our local Palatine Township of Illinois food pantry which in turn provided more help to our community. We raised $274.00 and 300 items of food for our local food pantry.
Christ Lutheran Church and Christ Lutheran Church
ST Lukes exceeded all prior years Goals... raised $1400,00Our youth group was out in full force on Feb 2, with their pots, prayer cards, posters and jerseys. People were so generous, giving more than once.! Our goal was $1000. within 1 hour we not only had our goal but exceeded it by $400.00!!! So proud of our Luth Group as well as the generosity of our congregation!
St. Luke's Lutheran Church 's 2014 Collection and St. Luke's Lutheran Church
Souper Bowl of Caring 2014The children and youth of Union Presbyterian Church, Newburgh, NY, collected 364 food items and $160 from the congregation during a recent worship service as part of the church's participation in the Souper Bowl of Caring on Super Bowl Sunday, February 2nd, 2014. The donations collected will be used by the Union Church Food Pantry to feed local families in need.
Union Presbyterian Church's 2014 Collection and Union Presbyterian Church
Bethel AMEC-Lynn YPDOn Sunday, February 23, 2014 during our Annual Missionary Day Service we had our collection for "Souper Bowl of Caring. Due to weather conditions we could not hold it until that day.
We had a box to hold the can goods. And we used your flyer that was mailed to us to cover the box.
We collected $163.00 and over 50 can goods.
Our guest preacher for the day came all the way from Bloomfield, CT. and her focus and training is homelessness. She had a mighty word entitled "Who Have You Fed ...
YPD's 2014 Collection and Bethel AME Church