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Soup for You!
February 20 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
411 St. John St.We invite you to a unique lunch experience at St. John’s Homeless Shelter to celebrate the start of Give BIG Green Bay on Feb. 20, 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. at St. John’s Homeless Shelter, 411 St. John St. Green Bay, 54301.
And unlike on Seinfeld, we will have “SOUP FOR YOU!!” Your favorite local restaurants and bakeries are coming together to offer you a one-of-a-kind tasting, that will include:
Soup flavors announced!
Beer Cheese from The Cannery
Roasted Tomato from Gather on Broadway
Creamy Potato Dill from Cheesecake Heaven
– Coffee from La Java
– Breads from Not by Bread Alone
– Dessert from Cupcake Couture
Your suggested minimum donation of $10 or more, given on the Give BIG Green Bay website, will be matched by a generous donation through the Green Bay Packers!
Enjoy lunch, support a great cause, and see your donation have a lasting impact!
iPad’s will be available for your online donation and we ask that you bring a credit or debit card. Give BIG Donation links will be live Feb. 20 at noon until Feb. 21 at noon.
A huge thank you once again to the many restaurants that have generously donated food for this event!
St. Johns Shelter is a seasonal, emergency, shelter of last resort for homeless adults in the community. It seeks to meet people where they’re at on their journey and provide compassionate support.
In addition to the overnight shelter, St. John’s runs the Micah Center, a year-round daytime resource center for anyone who is homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. With onsite case management, medical care, a mental health therapist and computer lab, the Micah Center helps individuals experiencing homelessness receive wraparound support on their journey back towards self-sufficiency.
Our newest program, Wellspring, is a daytime resource center just for women in the heart of downtown Green Bay. The center provides a peaceful, caring place to connect with other women who are facing similar issues and difficulties, especially when their lives get very challenging. For many women in transition, Wellspring serves as another family, a place to belong, a friend away from home – with programming focusing on mind, body and spirit.