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Youth Villages Soup Sunday February 17th

For over 30 years, Youth Villages has made an impact on the lives of children and families all over the Mid-South, and this coming weekend, you can help them keep it going. Eat delicious food, listen to music, and bond with your family while giving back to Youth Villages and the community during Soup Sunday. 

Soup Sunday is February 17 at the FedExForum from 11-2.

Since the first event at Captain Bilbo’s in 1990, Youth Villages has raised almost a million dollars and is continually growing. With your help, they can continue to change the lives of many.

Be prepared to stuff your stomach full of soups, desserts, and appetizers from 60 Memphis restaurants. You are bound to leave more than satisfied with the 30 gallons of soup being prepared from each restaurant. Margie’s 901 Ice cream, Strano by Chef Josh, and The Capital Grill are some of the VIP restaurants you can indulge with on this Sunday event.

If you have a family, no worries, there’s something for everyone! The Kid Zone is a space where you can create new memories with your children. Magic shows, balloon artists, and even the annual oreo stacking contest make it fun for the whole family. Oh, and did I mention it is free admission for children 5 and under??

If you would rather tap into your more sophisticated side without the kids, head to the VIP Souper Party where you can indulge in some adult beverages on the Pinnacle Level.

Learn more and grab your tickets now. 

If you can’t attend, you can consider making a donation here, so they can reach their $20,000 goal.

About Youth Villages

Youth Villages is one of the largest providers of services to children in Tennessee and a national leader in children’s mental and behavioral health. This year, the organization will help more than 27,000 children, families and young people in 16 states. Youth Villages’ continuum of programs in Tennessee includes intensive in-home services; foster care and adoption; residential and intensive residential treatment campuses; YVLifeSet for transition-age youth; mentoring; and crisis services. The organization has been recognized by the Harvard Business School and U.S. News & World Report, and was identified by The White House as one of the nation’s most promising results-oriented nonprofit organizations. Learn more at youthvillages.org.

 

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