Howard County's annual Souper Bowl of Caring is once again set for Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2.
The campaign to raise funds for the homeless and others in crisis benefits Howard County’s Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center. It’s part of a national effort to help alleviate hunger and poverty, and to teach young people about those less fortunate than themselves.
Participating faith communities, like churches and synagogues, engage adults and youth alike in the charity. In Howard County, donations can be made at participating faith communities, who sometimes use soup kettles to collect donations before, during or after services on Super Bowl Sunday.
Souper Bowl of Caring donations can also be sent directly to Grassroots at 6700 Freetown Road, Columbia, 21044.
For more information, contact Anna Katz at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 410-531-6006.
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