Fill your bowl with delicious soup this week to support House of Bread

The House of Bread Empty Bowls fund-raiser is set for March 1 at the University of Dayton. For a minimum $25 donation, you will be able to select a ceramic bowl of your choice glazed by K12/TEJAS and Girl Scout Troop #33101 (and maybe you) and have it filled and re-filled and re-filled and re-filled with whatever soup you desire. The bowl is yours to keep after the event. CONTRIBUTED

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The House of Bread Empty Bowls fund-raiser is set for March 1 at the University of Dayton. For a minimum $25 donation, you will be able to select a ceramic bowl of your choice glazed by K12/TEJAS and Girl Scout Troop #33101 (and maybe you) and have it filled and re-filled and re-filled and re-filled with whatever soup you desire. The bowl is yours to keep after the event. CONTRIBUTED

Soup’s on, and for a great cause this week.

There’s no better time to enjoy a bowl of hot soup than during winter, and House of Bread has an event that works each year to capitalize on that fact helping to raise much-needed funds to support House of Bread.

For a minimum $30 donation, you will be able to select a ceramic bowl of your choice and have it filled and re-filled and re-filled and re-filled with whatever soup you desire.

The soups are made by well-known chefs and restaurants in Dayton. The bowl is yours to keep after the event. Register in advance at the House of Bread website — https://houseofbread.org/upcoming-events.

All of the proceeds go to the House of Bread, a non-profit community kitchen located in Dayton that serves hot, nutritious, lunchtime meal to anyone in need seven days a week.

In addition, they offer personal hygiene and warm wear items, as well as referrals to other social services, so it’s a terrific cause that you can feel good about supporting.

WANT TO GO?

What: 10th Annual Empty Bowls benefiting House of Bread

When: 5-7:30 p.m. Feb. 27

Where: The Marriott by University of Dayton, 1414 S. Patterson Blvd., Dayton

Cost: $30

More info: www.houseofbread.org

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