Soup Ottawa’s 5th event happened on May 29 2014 at the historic and beautiful St. Alban’s Church in Sandy Hill. The Soup Guy brought his top 2 soups out of a repertoire of 1000+, feeding us a Classic Tomato Pesto, and a vegan/gluten free Stu Mills Vegetable (Oven Roasted Vegetables) soup. The bread was generously provided by Nat’s Bakery, and left many of us bread lovers speechless with joy. The winner on the night was ‘Britannia Woods Renewal’ – congratulations and well deserved!
Soup Ottawa #5 | Spring 2014 | Theme: Building Blocks
St Alban’s Church (454 King Edward Avenue), May 29, 2014, 6:30pm
Below are descriptions for the 6 projects highlighted on the evening:
Gratitude Walls – Silvana Valentone – Inter-generational workshops to enhance appreciation & bonds within community
The Music Circle – Erin Parkes – Music education experience for students with autism
Ottawa GovJam – Samantha Lovelace – 48 hours designing for the public good
Gotta Go! Campaign Ottawa – Joan Kuyek – advocating for a network of open, accessible public toilets
Britannia Woods Renewal – Christine Taylor – Renewing Our Community House; Investing In Children’s Futures
On the Fringe – Nancy Kenny – Documentary about touring life on the Canadian Fringe Festival Circuit
For more information on the applications we received for Soup #5, including contact information, please check out our Repository of Goodness!