Exciting news! In addition to holding a physical collection, your group can now collect food items online! We have partnered with a great organization, YouGiveGoods, to give participants a wonderful way of adding an extra element to their Collection. Once your Online Food Drive is created, it will be accessible to anyone with an internet connection. You'll be given a unique URL that you can share with everyone looking to support your charity (Facebook, Twitter, email, etc). It's a great way for those unable to attend your collection in person to still help your cause by purchasing food items online. Once the drive has completed, YouGiveGoods will make sure the food is delivered directly to the charity of your choice.
When creating an Online Food Drive through their site, simply list "Souper Bowl of Caring" in the field labeled Are you starting the drive on behalf of an organization?. We'll handle the rest! The results of your online food drive will count towards your 2013 Collection.
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Add an online food drive to your Collection
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