Thanks so much for highlighting our movement! We are glad you could connect with our participants, 1st Presbyterian Church of Verona and Union Congregational Church. We are so grateful for their support and commitment to tackling hunger.When asked by CP what she hoped participants took away from the experience, Daigneault replied that she hoped they learn "that no matter how small or large their collection is, they are making a difference."
"They are helping us change the game. One-hundred-and-forty million people will tune in to watch the big game, while 48 million Americans struggle to find their next meal," said Daigneault.
"If each of us gave just $1 or one food item, we could make giant plays in tackling hunger. Every collection makes a difference because it means your group is committed to fighting hunger locally and nationally.
Article from Christian Post
The Christian Post was able to sit down with our National Community Relations Manager Melissa Daigneault, along with a couple of our participants to talk about what it means to be involved with Souper Bowl of Caring.
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