Soup for the Soul, Music to Heal the Heart

Jun 16, 2020 -- Posted by : admin

13th Annual Soup for the Soul, Bread for the Clinic, Music to Heal the Heart

Due to COVID-19, we transformed our annual fundraising event, Soup for the Soul, into a free, virtual event for the entire community. Hazel Miller & the Collective showcased their energizing music and our friends and neighbors provided messages of hope and support throughout the show. If you missed it, or want to see it again, you can! Visit: www.SoupForTheSoulSummit.com to catch the entire event. This year's theme, Music to Heal the Heart, also showcased one of our mental health programs at our School Based Health Centers. We're all in this together! 

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