Catholic Charities West Michigan is once again hosting Soup's On For All, but it won't be an in-person event this year due to the pandemic.
In previous years, hundreds of people would gather inside the B.O.B. to sample dozens of soups from local restaurants. However, to practice safe social distancing, patrons will be able to pick up their food via curbside or have it scheduled for delivery.
Ticket holders will receive three gourmet soups made by God’s Kitchen chefs, artisan bread from Panera, delicious dessert, a hand-painted soup bowl, and a free soup punch card for 12 local restaurants. Tickets cost $50.
Soup packages can be picked up at God’s Kitchen or via contactless delivery between January 25-29.
This event supports Catholic Charities West Michigan’s God's Kitchen food program, which is dedicated to feeding the hungry in West Michigan. As the needs of the community are ever-changing, Catholic Charities is evolving and expanding their programs to meet the need. In 2020, they served 150,000 meals to the hungry, and are partnering with Mel Trotter to supply free meals to the emergency homeless shelter in Grand Rapids.
For more information or to purchase a ticket, please visit soupsonforall.org.