Sunday, February 4th, 2018

We bring soup. We buy bowls. We raise money for the Mitzvah Food Project. We share soup and bread. We dance to Klezmer music. We hear from MFP guests. We pack leftovers. We deliver to Face to Face. We do all this together. We can ONLY do this together. We need bringers and helpers. If you can commit to both, please do. 

Join Jewish Children's Folkshul for our annual Souper Sunday event as we build community, fight hunger, and eat soup. Event benefits the Mitzvah Food Project and Face to Face. (Note: this is not a kosher event and there are vegetarian options.)
Souper Sunday: February 4, 2018
Snowdate: February 11, 2018

Folkshul is gearing up for our annual Souper Sunday fundraiser and we need YOUR help. We will create a “Soup Kitchen” on Sunday, February 4, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM in the Cafeteria. Classes will dismiss at 11:20 AM and parents will accompany their children to retrieve their decorated bowls/mug from outside the Cafeteria. Waiting in line is part of the experience as we imagine for a moment what it was like when the soup line was the only access individuals and families had to food.

We need YOU to make this event happen. Folkshulers make the soup at home, help heat it up at Folkshul, take shifts serving soup to the rest of the community, help pack up extra soup, and drive it over to Face to Face. (We also have jobs available for non-soup-makers - sign up quickly if you'd like a "bring bread and butter" slot!)

On Souper Sunday, your donation of $10 per person or $25 per family of three or more gets you unlimited soup, and supports the Jewish Federation's Mitzvah Food Pantry. We take any extra soup to Face to Face in Germantown, a dining room and support center for those in need. Then, in March, some of our Folkshul classes will use the money raised on Souper Sunday to purchase groceries and help stock the MFP shelves. 

Please take a moment NOW to sign up for your soup and help commitments: http://