Soup for the Soul 2021



Celebrate the holidays with an unforgettable experience to change the lives of those in need. Soup for the Soul returns on December 4, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. for an evening of entertainment, unique auction items, sumptuous soups and the opportunity to support Bridge to Home.
Last year’s virtual event was a smash success, with incredible musical artists performing across the country – for listening audiences from across the Santa Clarita Valley and beyond. Due to the popularity of last year’s event, 2021 will once again be a virtual experience. Shawn Parr, the shockingly fun nationwide radio host of Shawn Parr’s Across the Country, returns with boundless energy, humor and compassion, making it a truly unforgettable night.
A lineup of country music stars and Broadway artists includes singer-songwriter Kenny Foster who has been named one of the “10 Best New Artists You Must Know By Rolling Stone,” Rachel Potter, who is both a Broadway star and an accomplished Nashville. Recording artist Michael Tenpenny who helps usher in the holidays this year with his new 11-song Christmas set called Naughty List and singer-songwriter Tenille Townes, winner of four Canadian Country Music Awards.
Customers will pick up their delicious dinner ahead of time and reheat it in the comfort of their own homes. Meal packages include four soups, a salad, bread and butter, and desserts from amazing local restaurants. Why not invite some friends over for a Soup for the Soul viewing night? Start the holidays and enjoy a fun night out while supporting an important cause.
Get ready for an auction full of amazing items. From tickets to sporting events and memorabilia dedicated to wine experiences, trips, unique experiences and much more, this is an auction you won’t want to miss.
With the support of the incredible community businesses that are committed to sponsoring Soup for the Soul, your participation will have a real and lasting impact on our homeless neighbors. As we head into the winter months and the weather turns colder, homeless people face incredible challenges. Your support at Bridge to Home can help them find a warm and safe place to sleep, a hot meal, a shower, and access to the resources they need to transition from homelessness to housing. Additionally, Bridge to Home is well positioned to begin work on an upgraded permanent shelter that will provide necessary amenities including a working kitchen, plumbing, the Valley’s first family shelter and more.
Please support Bridge to Home by participating in this year’s Soup for the Soul. You can purchase tickets by visiting www.btohome.org/Soup-for-the-Soul.


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