SOUPER HEROES HELP!
Souper Heroes is a street-level outreach program serving freshly prepared nutritious food to the homeless.
Supported by community volunteers making and serving the soup, we provide 5-gallons of hot, home-cooked soup to over 50 homeless individuals each night at Chicago train stations. Soup is served 2 - 3 nights per week.
Over 10,000 bowls served and counting!
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Souper Heroes runs solely on the generous donations of time and money made by the neighbors in our Chicago communities. Your support of Souper Heroes is greatly appreciated.
How much does it take to support a Souper Hero? ANY AMOUNT HELPS!!!
ONE+ WEEK OF BOWLS (125 BOWLS/LIDS) = $90
COST OF MAKING ONE NIGHT'S SOUP (5-GALLONS) = $80
SPOONS, NAPKINS AND CRACKERS FOR ONE WEEK = $15
COOLERS, TABLES, PUSH CARTS,
STOCK POTS = $50 - $100
WE CAN ALL BE SOUPER HEROES!
By rallying neighbors throughout the communities of Chicago via social media, Ken has a created a small army of dedicated soup-makers and serving volunteers committing their time and efforts to this important cause every week.
During the winter months, Souper Heroes also strives to help meet the other needs of the homeless and is currently accepting donations of blankets, coats, hats, socks and gloves. Any donation of these winter items may be arranged through an email with Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"It is in your hands to create a better world for all who live in it."
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A BIT ABOUT US
With a mission of battling hunger and loneliness at a street level, Souper Heroes was born from the good heart and intentions of its founder Kenneth Purnell. After overcoming his own life obstacles, Ken made it his mission to consistently help his fellow Chicagoans facing hunger and housing insecurity.