FREE Soup and Game Night
FREE SOUP and GAMES NIGHT SCHEDULE
SEPTEMBER 12th NO FS&G
OCTOBER 3rd MOHAWK TRAIL CONCERTS – Mark Fraser. Fraser61@yahoo
NOVEMBER 7th DIAPER TASK FORCE- COMMUNITY ACTION Judith Weinthaler, 413-548-5469, firstname.lastname@example.org
DECEMBER 5th FOUNDATION FOR COMMUNITY JUSTICE -Ricky Baruc and Deb Habib, email@example.com
JANUARY 2nd MKP WARRIOR TRAINING – Tom Carrol firstname.lastname@example.org
FEBRUARY 6th ACT Arena Civic Theater Brittany Hamilton email@example.com
MARCH 6th LITERACY PROJECT- Judith Roberts, firstname.lastname@example.org
APRIL 3rd MARY LYONS FOUNDATION Sheila Damkoehler email@example.com
MAY 1st DAWNDALE FARM WILDLIFE REHAB Cris Carl 475 3855 firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Free Soup & Games Night?
Free Soup & Games Night (FS&GN) is a monthly benefit event held at Hope & Olive the first Monday of each month. People come and enjoy a free buffet of soups & breads, etc. grab a drink from the bar if they wish, and sit down with friends to play games or chat. It is the intention of FS&GN to bring support to under-funded community organizations, and at the same time, to bring people together for a cheap and fun night out.
Those who wish to can make a donation to the organization of the month by adding to the donation jar, buying stuff from a bake sale, or raffle tickets… All of the bar proceeds are donated to the beneficiary, as are the tips from the volunteer bartenders.
Where do the Soups & Breads come from?
All of the food for the event is donated from many different café’s, restaurants, bakeries and stores in Franklin County. Anyone is welcome to donate. Some of the past contributors include the following:
The Wagon Wheel, Gill.
The Gill Tavern
The Rendezvous, Turners Falls
Green Field’s Market
Magpie Woodfired Pizzeria
How Are the Beneficiaries Selected?
There are 11 Beneficiaries chosen each year and are selected by the partners of Hope & Olive. Beneficiaries tend to be not for profit organizations, arts organizations, and social services that have lost funding or are otherwise falling through the cracks. We ask interested parties to write a letter stating who they are, and how the money raised will be used. Priority is given to Franklin County based groups, but all are welcome to apply.
We review the applicants and schedule a year at a time.