Psst! Tell A Friend

Do you consider yourself a supporter of The Soup Kitchen of Muncie? It’s okay if you’re not able to contribute financially to our mission: we still have a way for you to help us. Consider becoming a “voice” for The Soup Kitchen of Muncie.

A “voice” is someone who makes it their mission to spread awareness of The Soup Kitchen of Muncie and what we do for the community. Picture it this way: one voice singing a solo is beautiful, but an entire choir of voices singing in unison is truly powerful. Consider joining our choir of supporters!

Here’s how you can help us:

  • Share our posts. Social media shares are so valuable to us! Your share allows us to reach a wider audience than ever before. That friend-of-a-friend who sees our post might be looking for a worthy cause to support in our community. Invite people to Like our Facebook page so that they can see more of our posts.
  • Talk to your friends. Everyone knows someone who cares about hunger and food insecurity. Your friends make up a powerful network of people. Talk to them about The Soup Kitchen of Muncie and the work we do. Tell them about our needs and how they can help. Tell them why it’s important to you.
  • Invite friends and family to our events. Our Annual Dinner is the perfect event to attend with a group of friends, but if that’s not your style, perhaps you know someone who would enjoy it? If so, let them know! We also post information on local events that we attend, like the volunteer fair at Ball State. If you see something we post and it brings a friend to mind who would be interested in attending, tag them or forward our information.
  • Spread our news everywhere. Church congregations, social groups, neighborhood organizations, co-workers – the options are endless. Talk to them about hunger in our community and the help we need to keep feeding our guests at The Soup Kitchen of Muncie.

#GivingTuesday is just around the corner and it’s the perfect time for new Soup Kitchen of Muncie friends to pledge their support!

No voice is too soft when that voice speaks for others. – Janna Cachola