MONTHLY MISSIONS PARTNER







IN KIND DONATIONS
Soup-n-Share accepts donations of gently used clothing, shoes, linens, kitchen items, small appliances and other household items that are in good condition. Soup-n-Share does not accept furniture and large non-flat screen televisions at this time. Donations are accepted Tuesday, & Thursday,  from 11 am – 3 pm, and by appointment.

WHY DONATE?

                           GO ON MISSION BY GIVING

Since 2009 Soup-n-Share has addressed poverty and hunger by offering food, clothing, and other essential items at no cost to those who are experiencing financial hardship. When you give to Soup-n-Share, you are helping neighbors who are struggling to stretch their dollars so they do not have to make a choice between having transportation or food, or choosing between medication or shoes for their children.


Soup-n-Share is at its best when we help the hurting and discouraged among us, offering compassion, assistance and encouragement. When you give to Soup-n-Share, you bring help and hope into the lives of others and into our community as a whole. Thank you for going on mission and partnering with us.

When you donate, it helps our guest like Ms. Janice, listen to her testimony

DONATE

 FINANCIALLY  

You can make a one-time gift online here, click 
If you prefer, you can mail a donation by check to:
Soup-n-Share Outreach Program
1634 7th St.
Madison, IL 62060
Please do not send cash in the mail.





SNSOP using a debit card, credit card, or deducted from your checking or savings account.

By becoming a Monthly Missions partner, your gift — regardless of the amount — helps establish a stable financial foundation for Soup-n-Share Outreach Program, ensuring that we can be a reliable source of help for our clients who are experiencing financial instability in their lives. Committed monthly giving also helps SNSOP's staff and Board of Directors to wisely plan improvements to our services and facilities.

You can  become a Monthly Mission Partner By clicking here:

   Soup-n-Share Outreach Program