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Nourishing Communities with the Universal Comfort Food


There is an affordability crisis in Canada, and food insecurity rates are higher than they have ever been.

In Canada, an affordability crisis has led to unprecedented levels of food insecurity, with 53% of Canadians concerned about feeding their families. As 8.7 million people face food insecurity, the strain on support agencies is immense, with staff burnout, declining volunteers, and decreasing donations.


Soup Sisters alleviates this burden by providing nutritious meals, allowing frontline agencies and schools to focus on essential services while ensuring clients and students receive wholesome food. It's a win-win solution for all involved.

“We know that one bowl of soup isn’t going to change these circumstances, but when someone who is reeling from a crisis receives a warm bowl of soup, we know the message of comfort, of that we are here for you and care, can make all the difference at the moment. Resiliency can kick in when minds are soothed, and bodies are nourished.”

Founder & CEO Sharon Hapton



organizations in 13 cities received soup for their clients


5,000 lbs of fresh soup each month to 40 charitable agencies nationwide


soup-making volunteers


Million Hugs-in-a-Bowl


years making a difference

Mother and Daughter Love

“Heartfelt appreciation for your monthly delivery of 20 cases of family pack soups for our family violence shelter program.


Manitoba shelters have been overwhelmed with increasing demands for support and increasing operational costs. Funding for those in the Family Violence Prevention Program has been stagnant for almost 20 years. Your very kind and generous support with soup deliveries each month is beyond precious to us.”


Willow Place, Winnipeg

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