You can help tackle hunger in Baltimore this winter by making a donation to the center’s Souper Bowl of Caring, an annual project to raise critically-needed funds for the Franciscan Center’s food programs.
Nearly 20 percent of your neighbors in the metro area aren’t sure where their next meal is coming from. That’s why The Franciscan Center of Baltimore is once again joining forces with the Souper Bowl of Caring, a national organization committed to hunger relief and building awareness of the challenges so many face. Food is the foundation on which everything else—good health, housing, employment, life—is built. Since 1968, the Center has served the homeless and working poor: first with a good meal, then with the tools to take the next steps toward self-sufficiency.
Souper Bowl of Caring is a youth-inspired
movement working across the nation to tackle hunger in their local
communities. Mobilizing grassroots resources including churches,
schools, civic groups and caring individuals, the Souper Bowl of Caring
movement has created over $160 million worth of support that stays
Thank you to donors who see the vision of a world
where we can use the energy of our biggest events to help feed our
neighbors in need.