Fri
Sep 1 2023
03:01 pm

What: Knoxville SOUP Fall Dinner
When: Tuesday, September 26, 2023 - 5:30pm
Where: Church Street United Methodist Church

Celebrating and Supporting Creative Projects, Knoxville SOUP is a community and micro-funding dinner designed to raise money for civic projects that are proposed, voted on, and enacted by members of the community.

For a suggested donation of $5, attendees will receive a simple dinner of soup, salad, dessert, AND a vote. Following dinner, attendees cast their votes for the project that resonates with them the most, with the evening's proceeds directly benefiting the winning project.

SOUP is accepting project proposals for projects anywhere in Knox County. Visit knoxvillesoup.org to fill out a brief form about your project. Proposal deadline is Sept. 17th.

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Proposals selected for Sept 26th SOUP Dinner

Four excellent proposals were selected to present for this dinner:

  1. Ivan Racheff House and Gardens - Appealing Children's Garden: A City Garden for Children: Creating an Appealing and Interesting Nature Learning Experience in a Children's Garden.
  2. KickStand Community Bike Shop - Vestal Bicycle Shop: Vestal KickStand Community Bicycle Shop will be a source for bikes in Vestal as well as a resource for repairs, bicycle safety, and all bike related information.
  3. Sierra Club (ICO) - Inspiring Connections Outdoors: Project goals are to support student growth through environmental education, inspire cross cultural understanding, and increase civic participation.
  4. Catalyst Sports - Creating Access to Our Waterways: We are fundraising for kayak carts which will allow adaptive athletes to access different sites for kayaking in/around Knoxville.

Come support one of these project with your vote for People's Choice. $5 gets you soup, salad, AND a vote!

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