The Souper Bowl of Caring is a youth-inspired movement to support local food charities in their endeavor to Tackle Hunger. The FPC Youth Club is proud to support the Community Shelter of Union County in its service to provide food, emergency shelter, and rehousing for those in need by participating in this event.
This year's honoree for the First Presbyterian Church of Monroe's Souper Bowl of Caring Campaign is Gloria Baker, who passed into eternal life last year. She spent her life in service to others through her work as an educator, Stephen Minister, and church Elder; trying to sow peace through love and acts of service to everyone, as we are all in the family of God. Even as she battled cancer, Gloria inspired those around her with her steadfast faith and immense love for others.
The FPC Youth Club campaign will run from January 14th to February 11th, but online donations will be accepted through the end of the Community Shelter of Union County campaign that ends in March. We will host a chili cookoff on February 4th. All proceeds from the Chili Cookoff event will benefit the Community Shelter of Union County.