About this Event
520 Parliament Garden Way NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144#ksuhawcares
Empty Bowls is a fundraiser for CARE Services to support students who have experienced homelessness, foster care, and/or food insequrity.
Empty Bowls Project is an international grassroots effort to raise both money and awareness in the fight to end hunger. KSU CARE is excited to bring Empty Bowls back again to the 13th Annual Homelessness Awareness Week event. This very popular event has been part of HAW Week for three years and has grown each year in attendance and money raised.
This year, to accommodate the current pandemic situation, we will sell tickets in advance with a two-day window for participants to come and select their bowl. We invite you to choose from a large collection of bowls handmade by KSU students, alumni, and local community members. Time slots to choose your bowl will be made at the same time of the ticket purchase. Each bowl will come with a ready to make soup packet from fresh ingredients prepared by KSU Dining.
As we are unable to do an in-person event, we will launch a YouTube Live presentation on Thursday, November 5th. The program will feature guest speakers presenting on various topics including homelessness, food waste and sustainability. All ticket purchasers will receive the link 24 to 48 hours before the event.
100% of the ticket sales go directly to CARE Services.
The change in programming has created challenges but also a wonderful opportunity to enjoy this unique experience with family and friends!