Soup Sisters and Broth BrothersSoup Sisters and Broth Brothers is an award winning organization that has received accolades nationwide. The organization was founded in 2009 by Calgarian Sharon Hapton who had a very simple belief in the power of soup as a nurturing and nourishing gesture that could make a tangible difference. Hapton believed that two of societies most prevalent issues, domestic abuse and youth homelessness would benefit from the care and warmth that comes in a bowl of soup. A powerful message that says 'we care' is now being delivered to over 30 residential shelters across the country through home-made delicious soup made with the finest ingredients. Over 40,000 community people have come together across the country to produce nearly 1 million servings of fresh and delicious soups for women, children and youth in crisis. Soup Sisters believe in the power of soup to deliver a 'Hug in a Bowl' at a time when it is needed most!
Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers is a non-profit social enterprise dedicated to providing comfort to women and children through the making, sharing and donating of soup to recipient women's shelters across Canada.
The mission of Soup Sisters is to ensure the ongoing supply of fresh soup to nurture women and children affected by family violence and domestic violence, as well as to provide fresh soup to support and nourish youth in crisis.
Soup Sisters combines business practices with the goal of making a difference instead of a profit
Soup Sisters believes that there is a message of "we care" in every bowl of soup made 'with a hug'
Soup Sisters believes in inclusivity, that everyone regardless of socio economic status can give back
Soup Sisters believes in meaningful participation