THE 2018 “SOUPER BOWL” FOR SUPER BOWL SUNDAY SOUP DRIVE BENEFITTING FORGOTTEN HARVEST WAS A SUCCESS!

On Tuesday, February 13, the Metro Detroit Compassionate Action Network (MDCAN) delivered canned and dry goods to Forgotten Harvest.  The “Souper Bowl” involved canned good collected from the Sunday before the Super Bowl through the Sunday after the Super Bowl.  This year we had three collection points:  Loyola High School in Detroit; Renaissance Unity in Warren, and The Spiritualist Church of the Good Samaritan in Clarkston.  The total goods by weight collected was 160 pounds.  The revolving trophy and plaque for the 2018 winning collection team this year goes to Renaissance Unity, which collected 100 pounds of food.  We expect this to be an annual event and to be much more successful in the future.  Thank you and congratulations to all of our participants!