NATIONAL SOUP IT FORWARD DAY
National Soup it Forward Day on March 3rd encourages us to deliver love and kindness by the bowlful. We all know a warm cup of kindness comes in many forms.
When I make a pot of soup, it is nearly always enough to feed an army. Those time-worn recipes grow over time, and love seasons it to perfection. I make it to warm my home, to cure a cold, and warm a soul.
Just as the recipes grow and provide a nourishing warmth, so can National Soup it Forward Day. When making one of your favorite soups at home, Soup it Forward. Deliver a healing pot of your delicious chicken noodle or split pea to a family or friend in need. Perhaps they have been ill or down on their luck. Whatever the situation, a little of your home cooking and a visit will be a nice change.
I know my creamy potato soup will Soup it Forward nicely. What soup will you be making on National Soup it Forward Day?
HOW TO OBSERVE #SoupItForwardDay & #HugInABowl
- Make up your favorite soup and deliver it to someone you know who could use the warmth of kindness in their life.
- Host a soup-making event.
- Learn more about Soup Sisters in the Celebration Spotlight with founder Sharon Hapton.
- Use #HugInABowl and #SoupItForwardDay to share on social media.
NATIONAL SOUP IT FORWARD DAY HISTORY
Soup Sisters founded National Soup it Forward Day to encourage everyone to make a difference in each other’s lives through the warm, healing kindness of sharing a bowl of soup.
The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the National Soup it Forward Day to be observed annually beginning in 2018.
Soup Sisters is an award-winning National non-profit organization Founded on March 3, 2009. Since that time, more than 1 million servings of nurturing and nourishing soup made by community people has been delivered monthly to 40 emergency shelters in North America for women and children fleeing family violence and domestic abuse. The organization’s Founder, Sharon Hapton launched Soup Sisters by celebrating a milestone birthday with a soup-making birthday party that provided the first delivery of soup to the Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter.
That is the simplicity of Sharon’s vision: to give people a way to give back to their community by doing something tangible – getting into the kitchen, spending a night with friends, rolling up their sleeves, and creating something heartwarming, heartfelt and with it a message of support to women and kids in crisis. Now operating in over 25 cities Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers deliver the gift of soup by providing a much-needed ‘Hug in a Bowl’. Soup it forward with the universal comfort food and for added inspiration, you can find over 300 soup recipes in the Soup Sisters trilogy of cookbooks.