Stop for Soup at Glendoick and help a local charity this November
PBN Members Jane Cox of Glendoick and Deborah Farley have joined together in the Stop for Soup appeal this November.
So what is Stop for Soup all about?
Stop for Soup is an appeal used to highlight issues of homelessness in Scotland today and to provide an easy way for people to get involved to help. It’s about doing something simple, such as eating a bowl of soup with friends, and donating the money they would spend to help transform the lives of people in need. Stop for Soup was created so you can do something amazing and make a real difference and enjoy some soup at the same time. At this time of year we are all more aware of the warmth of our homes and the refuge they bring. Bethany Christian Trust provide vital services to over 6000 homeless and vulnerable people over Scotland. Their services range from emergency housing support to community development projects. For more information please go to www.bethanychristiantrust.com
Deborah is delighted that Jane and her team at Glendoick have set aside this week to run a Stop for Soup event and to make a difference in homeless people’s lives in Scotland this winter time. The Stop for Soup will be running at Glendoick Food Hall during the week of the 23rd-30th of November. So pop along for a delicious bowl of soup and join in with this appeal.
Glendoick sell about 700 bowls of soup a week and have pledged to donate 50p from each bowl sold to the Stop for Soup appeal.