Souper Supper - Thursday, October 30th, 2014
We'll be gathering once again for our 15th annual fund-raiser, Souper Supper! So get out the red pen and circle the date on your calendar - no one wants to miss this special community event!
In addition to all the fixings, traditionally, there are about a dozen varieties of delicious soups to choose from - all donated by area restaurants and generous volunteers for all to enjoy.
We're very honored to have Pastor Joe Bowman of Integrity Life Church as our M.C. this year. And Rex Hohlbein, a Seattle architect, who is giving up his career designing million dollar homes to help the homeless is our featured speaker. You will really enjoy meeting Rex, hearing his inspiring story, and learning how one man has made such a wonderful difference in his community and affected the lives of many.
There will be BIG raffle prizes this year---including a Holland America Cruise for Two and an American Southwest Condo Vacation! Or, you could be the winner of a silent auction gift.
For tickets: email: email@example.com or contact Michele Hinz at (253)740-0667 or Jackie Blair at (253) 952-6988.
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Souper Supper began in 2000 when the Network realized the community's low-income population needed more help than the FWCCN could provide on its own. The supper is the largest contributing fundraiser to our annual budget, and goes a long way towards helping us complete our mission.
Each year on the last Thursday of October, members of the community gather at Steel Lake Presbyterian Church for this fabulous, fun event. Souper Supper attendees are treated to over a dozen varieties of soup, all donated by local restaurateurs and grocers. Cornbread, rolls, beverages and desserts are also provided. And to add to the fun, lots of raffle prizes are awarded during the evening!
This is the Caregiving Network’s main fundraiser. Proceeds support our Emergency Services and Meals Programs which assist people with low, often poverty-level, incomes with food, rent, limited motel stays, gasoline and other basic needs for daily survival.
Our goal is to help people stay in their homes, stave off hunger and provide some of the necessities that most people take for granted.