Caring and Sharing to split Soup Cup donations with hurricane victims

Posted on October 29, 2018 by Staff reports

Gulf Breeze High School Principal Danny Brothers, left, and Navarre High School Principal Brian Noack, right, pictured with Ann Thompson, president of Caring & Sharing.

The Navarre High School Raiders dominated donation collections for the 8th Annual Beach Bowl Soup Cup food challenge, amassing 10,004 non-perishable food items for Caring & Sharing. Gulf Breeze High School Dolphins collected 1,422.

In total, 11,426 nonperishable food items were donated. This year, in addition to helping feed around 250 families living in South Santa Rosa County during the upcoming holiday breaks, Caring & Sharing is teaming up with Rotary Club of Navarre to provide some hurricane relief.

“This year a decision was agreed upon by school officials and Caring & Sharing nonprofit organization to split the collected nonperishable food items and share with our friends affected by Hurricane Michael on the Gulf Coast,” stated Ann Thompson, president of Caring & Sharing.  “The Navarre Rotary is to help take care of delivery and placement to those in need.” 

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Financial contributions to Caring & Sharing are tax deductible and can be made online with PayPal, or be mailed to: Caring and Sharing of South Santa Rosa County, Inc., P.O. Box 5521, Navarre, Florida 32566.