It’s always great when folks think of fun ways to help support a worthy cause. On March 29th in our state’s capital, another “great idea – great cause” alignment will occur. The Concord Coalition to End Homelessness is hosting the 4th annual soupfest to benefit the Concord Homeless Resource Center.
“Fest-goers” will be treated to soups made by local chefs, breads by community volunteers (ahem, including yours truly, ahem) and live music to slurp along to during the meal. The evening will consist of two seatings of an hour and fifteen minutes each. The first one is at 5:00, the second at 6:30, and while no one will get a bill with tip included or see prices on a menu, a $10 donation is suggested.
The happenings will be happening at 27 Pleasant St., in Concord, and is expected to be well attended, so make your reservations now. Seriously. Get up from your computer, walk to the nearest pay phone and do it. Call 290-3375. What are you waiting for, an invitation? What do you think thus entire blog post is!? Get to it, chop chop.
This is a great chance to get some intergenerational socializing going on. The South Church Senior Program is a driving force behind this event, and this here is a web site for young professionals. So what’s better than helping the Homeless Resource Center, eating soup and bread, while tapping a toe to tunes? Trading stories of yesterday and today with people who deeply care about a worthy cause.