Fall SOUP is TEEN Edition!
Fall SOUP is TEEN Edition!

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Columbus SOUP is humbled to be named the official non-profit partner of the Columbus Book Project. Their project’s mission is to share and celebrate our amazing city through bold photographs, video, and thoughtful editorials that highlight the art, style, and culture of Columbus. They share our aim to inspire people to engage with our community...
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We are excited to announce the projects for Summer SOUP ’17: Neighborhood Revitalization! Our hosts at the Miracle Garden give us an amazing opportunity to feature projects from across the city that are working like them to uplift communities. Their work in Linden to brighten spaces, build a community, and foster better health has made...
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We're excited to announce the presenters for Spring SOUP '17: Creative Innovations. These are our most creative projects to date and we think the #greenspoonarmy is going to love them!
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The Center for Social Enterprise Development (CSED)/The Community Investment Network of Central Ohio (CINCO) is thrilled again to sponsor Columbus SOUP for 2017. We love being part of what makes these events happen during the year because what SOUP is all about is what we are all about: creating connections between caring individuals and wonderful...
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Picture it... Columbus July 2016. The place... a street in the heart of the city.
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Our community is ever changing. When focused, the force of change can drive positive outcomes that shape a stronger Columbus. Community initiatives bring light to complex issues and start conversations to find what’s not working, to bring greater understanding, and to persuade others to move in different directions. With this theme in mind, we are...
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Sunday, April 17, we’ll be gathering in the McConnell Arts Center for an art themed Spring SOUP. This special and appropriately themed space is filled with art from Ohio high school artists for the Ohio Governor’s Regional Youth Art Exhibition. Inspired by the creativity, we’ll be changing up SOUP in an exciting way. Arrive at 6...
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Art reflects our humanity. It builds empathy for people and issues. We believe that art enriches our community through creative expressions that bring society’s most pressing issues to life. Artists can help create a city in which people want to live, work, and raise a family. Art distills complex experiences into powerful images and words that start...
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The Jam Handy
Fun Fact: SOUP isn’t native or exclusive to Columbus. The SOUP concept started in Chicago as an unconventional way to collectively fund arts projects. While the original Sunday Soup may now be defunct, another group in Detroit picked up the idea and formed Detroit SOUP. They’ve had tremendous success since their first event — held on Super Bowl...
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Anyone who has attended a SOUP event describes getting a warm fuzzy feeling. It’s that warm fuzzy feeling you get anytime you volunteer, give you time and money, and help fund a worthwhile project that impacts Columbus. What if there was a way you could carry that warm fuzzy feeling around with you long after a...
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