Drive-Thru Souper Bowl XXVI is coming!

For the first time ever, this year’s Souper Bowl will feature a drive-thru where attendees won’t even need to leave their car. Join us for a socially-distanced soup feast on Saturday, April 10 from 12 – 6 p.m. at Little John’s, 5302 Verona Rd, in Fitchburg!
All soup sales will benefit both Habitat for Humanity and Little John’s Kitchens. All sales of ceramic bowls will benefit Habitat for Humanity. The cost is $10 for a bowl of soup and $10 for a locally-made ceramic bowl. There is also a “pay it forward” option for those who are unable to attend, but still want to support the event.
This community soup feast has become a Madison tradition since 1995 and is the largest fundraiser for the UW-Madison student chapter of Habitat for Humanity of Dane County. Last year’s event served more than 1,200 attendees more 160 gallons of soup!
Hear from some of our favorite past Souper Bowl soup servers! A HUGE thank you to Chief Davis from the City of Madison Fire Department, Rebecca Ribley & Nick Buffo from Wake Up Wisconsin on WKOW 27 News, Mayor Luke Diaz of the City of Verona, Senator Melissa Agard, Miss Wisconsin USA Gabby Deyi, and John Stofflet from NBC 15 for serving soup in past years and continuing to spread the word! Thank you!
Souper Bowl is proudly sponsored by Knight Barry Title!