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About Soup Sisters
      and Broth Brothers


Fast Facts

  • Soup Sisters is a non-profit social enterprise that facilitates soup-making events providing community people with the opportunity to participate hands on in creating nurturing and nourishing soups for women, children and youth.

  • Founded in Calgary in 2009 by Sharon Hapton.

  • Since 2009, Soup Sisters has delivered over 2 million servings of soup to more than 40 shelters recipients in Canada and Los Angeles for women, children and youth.

  • Over 10,000 bowls of soup are donated to women's shelters and youth across the country each month.

  • Soup Sisters decreases the operating costs of shelter recipients by 18-20% through the monthly donation of fresh soup.

  • The Soup Sisters Cookbooks, published by Random House all became a national bestsellers and profits go back to the charity.

  • Soup Sisters events charge a participation fee per person to cover the cost of all ingredients, kitchen facilities, Chef Facilitator, kitchen staff, the meal and wine at the event.

  • Events take place once a month and anyone can register to participate via the web site at www.soupsisters.org

  • Each city chooses a local women's shelter or youth organization to benefit from the nourishing soup

  • There is a growing network of over 50,000 Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers participants across Calgary, Diamond Valley, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Toronto, Ottawa, Waterloo, London, Victoria, Kelowna, Vancouver, Montreal, Winnipeg, Halifax, Saskatoon, Sudbury, Guelph, Surrey, Tricities, Orangeville, Regina, New Jersey, andLos Angeles

    Celebrity Chefs who have shown their support by providing their favourite soup recipes to our cookbooks include Christine Cushing, Michael Allemier, Michael Stadtlander, Elizabeth Baird, Massimo Capra, Anna Olson, Bonnie Stern, Michael Bonacini, Yotam Ottolenghi, Curtis Stone, Lidia Bastianich, Rob Feenie, Susur Lee, Michael Smith, and Mark McEwan




Souper Thanks for creating a stir with us!


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