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Contribute to the Souper Bowl of Caring through Feb. 1

2015 January 22
by HISD Communications

Help stamp out hunger in the Bayou City and your school could win a football autographed by a professional football player.

The Souper Bowl of Caring (SBOC) is already underway, and caring citizens can donate canned goods and other non-perishable food items to the campaign through Feb. 1.

This national grassroots movement is designed to feed the hungry by harnessing sports fans’ excitement about professional football and the final game of the season. Lamar and Westside high schools helped kick off the 2015 event at NRG stadium last week, but all campuses are invited to participate, and share photos of their final collections through for use on the web and in social media.

HISD’s Strategic Partnerships department will also have specially marked collection boxes located across the Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center.

The SBOC was launched in 2007 to help provide nutritious meals to the estimated 35,000 people who go hungry in Houston every day. For more information, please visit the Souper Bowl of Caring website. Also see this Academic Services memo for details on how your school could win one of three autographed footballs signed by Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.



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