Join Americans across the country on Super Bowl Sunday, February 7, in the country’s largest youth-led day of giving in the Souper Bowl of Caring, a national movement working together to fight hunger and poverty in our communities. We can help to make a difference of world hunger, especially during this pandemic.
Training is a little different this year, but our game plan remains the same — to run up the score for our neighbors in need! Our traditional soup lunch will be sidelined for 2021, but we’re ready to take the field and collect your contributions!
Donations are welcome now through Super Bowl Sunday, February 7, with 100% of your donations benefitting Spooner House (Shelton) and Summerfield United Methodist Church “Light on the Hill” Food Pantry (Bridgeport). Our goal is $500, but let’s score more!
For more information about Spooner House, click here.
Ways to contribute:
- Donate by check: make your check payable to UMC Monroe with “Souper Bowl” on the memo line; mail it to UMC Monroe (515 Cutlers Farm Road, Monroe, CT 06468) OR drop it off at the UMCM or LHUMC church offices during office hours.
- Donate on-line:
- Church Members with Realm access: sign in to your Realm account; click on “Giving”; click “Give”; enter the amount of your donation and select Souper Bowl of Caring as the Fund; select Continue to enter your payment information; select Give to complete your transaction
- Visitors and Guests: visit https://onrealm.org/umcmonroe/give/souper; enter the amount of your donation; select Continue to enter your payment information; select Give to complete your transaction
- All: Text “umcmonroe” to 73256 and follow instructions
Click here for a Souper Bowl of Caring flyer.
Questions: please call or contact the UMC Monroe church office.
For more information about Souper Bowl of Caring, click here.