Fairfield Community Food Bank Kicks Off Souper Bowl of Caring

WINNSBORO – What if everyone watching the Big Game gave just one dollar or one can of food to help feed our neighbors in need this year? Take the Tackle Hunger Challenge and find out.


Tackle Hunger is the home of the Souper Bowl of Caring, a nation-wide movement that unites communities around the time of the Big Game to help those in need. It’s designed to help fill the shelves of local food pantries through donations of non-perishable foods or funding.

These unprecedented times have increased the need to help tackle hunger in our community. Close to 14 billion meals will be needed to feed those facing food insecurity in 2023. The Tackle Hunger Challenge aims to ensure no one goes without soup in their bowl this winter.

The Fairfield Community Food Bank benefits greatly from this program as local churches, schools, businesses, social groups, and individuals team up against each other to collect food throughout January and February. Even crowd-funding can provide funds that will help the food bank purchase staple food items when supplies run low.

Don’t sit on the sidelines during the big game. Go to the Tackle Hunger Map (TackleHunger.org) and find the Fairfield Community Food Bank. You can conduct a food drive or donate funds online right through the map. Join a winning team and help your neighbors in need.

Reach Wendy Luce at [email protected].

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