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Soup Sunday

 

Soup Sunday

Our Soup Sunday events, held in Little Rock and Springdale each February, are our biggest fundraisers of the year. Through these events, which are affordable and fun for families, we raise the individual donations and sponsorships that allow us to maintain a voice for children and families in the legislative process.

We need you to attend, donate, sponsor or volunteer. Or any or all of the above! Click on the links below for more information, and please join us!

Soup Sunday in Little Rock is February 16, 2014.

Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday is February 23, 2014.

 

Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families
Union Station - 1400 West Markham Suite 306 - Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: (501) 371-9678 - Fax: (501) 371-9681 - Email: info@aradvocates.org