The youth group at GLC has been struggling to meet, and even though our teens have not attended church in a year, this is still a ministry and drive that our congregation wanted to support. It has been very hard on our members to have closed doors since March 15, 2020. The majority of our congregation are in a high risk group. Many have not seen each other in weeks or longer. However, they all still want to make a positive impact in their community. They want to support those that are also struggling with hunger and food insecurity. Armed with masks, hand sanitizer and the fresh air, our congregation still came out on Super Bowl Sunday (after on-line worship) with their cash, checks and food items. Arriving in the church parking lot, with contact-less drop off, they were able to make a difference. And yes, of course, they used Souper Bowl of Caring as a good reason to safely socialize, but they also knew that they were helping. The cash donated would buy an additional 750 pounds of food to add to the 106 pounds of donated items - that is a lot of help from a small but dedicated congregation.