Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl

SAL members and officers at the University of Alabama recently volunteered at the Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl to help serve food to the hungry during lunchtime.

The Community Soup Bowl is a cooperative effort to help alleviate problems associated with poverty.  They open their doors seven days a week to welcome and feed the hungry.  They also seek to provide volunteer opportunities for the community of Tuscaloosa.

Vice President of Community Service Kayla Martin said, “The community soup bowl was a very rewarding opportunity, and I’m glad we had a chance to experience it. I could sense the family atmosphere between the workers and visitors while there, and I hope our members will be able to take part in it again in the future.”

Chapter President Ashley Greene added, “I loved being a part of something that so directly helped the community. The Soup Bowl clearly makes a difference by giving meals to those who otherwise might go hungry, and it was awesome to be a part of that.”

To learn more about the University of Alabama Chapter, click here.


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