Please join us for Helpline's 14th annual SoupPort fundraiser luncheon and raffle. You're welcome to stop in anytime between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at St. Pat's Blanchet Hall on Wednesday, April 17 to join the fun and support our work.
Each $25 ticket ($30 at the door) rewards you with a one-of-a-kind bowl, yours to keep, filled with a savory soup prepared by Walla Walla Community College Culinary Arts students, accompanied by scrumptious bread from some of the valley's finest bakeries.
Tickets are available for the event at Helpline, 1520 Kelly Place, Suite 180, Earthlight Books, 321 E. Main, the Pottery Painting Studio, 109 S. Palouse St and St. Patrick's office.
$10 raffle tickets for the opportunity to win a variety of prize packages including:
Grand Prize – All About Town gift package: One night stay at the Courtyard Marriott, dinner at The Marc, two tickets to The Little Theatre, two tickets to the Walla Walla Symphony, coffee and travel mugs from Starbucks, emergency roadside kit from Les Schwab. Value: $450
2nd Prize – Let’s Garden gift package: gardening tools from L&G Ranch, gift certificates from Cascade Farm & Outdoor, and Andy’s Market. Value: $275
3rd Prize – Seahawks themed gift basket donated by Sue Gillespie. Value: $175
4th Prize – Hand painted serving platter by local artist Sarah Williams. Value: $150
Drawing: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 1:00 PM
Winner will be notified by phone or email. Need not be present to win!
All raffle ticket proceeds will go to support Helpline’s programs and services.
SoupPort is a great investment in our community. All funds raised stay local and help the poorest in our community meet the basic needs many of us take for granted, including assistance to obtain food, clothing, utility assistance, transportation, non-narcotic prescription drugs, and other essential items. In 2018, with the help of our SoupPort sponsors, Helpline met the emergency social service needs of 2,347 separate households consisting of 5,001 individuals in Walla Walla County. Approximately 34% of those served were children and 23% were homeless.