The Manhattan Nonviolence Initiative and the Manhattan Arts Center have teamed up to bring back Empty Bowls to Manhattan.
Empty Bowls is a fundraiser to fight hunger in MHK. All proceeds from the event will be donated locally to Common Table. Local artists donate hand-made bowls for the event. Local restaurants donate soup and bread. Community members buy the bowls and enjoy soup.
Want to get involved?
Come make a bowl during one of our Bowl-Making Days:
Tuesday, March 6, 5-8pm
Sunday, March 11, 3-6pm
$10 - make your own bowl. Teachers are available in our clay studio to help you craft a bowl for a great cause.
Not feeling creative, but want to get involved?
Starting March 1 at MAC, you can receive an artisan bowl for a donation of $15 or more, More bowls are available at Strecker Nelson West Gallery. You will get a beautiful handmade bowl, a coupon for soup on April 7, and the warm fuzzy feeling of helping the community you live in.
Soup Luncheon: When: Saturday, April 7, 11am - 2pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church, 801 Leavenworth St
FREE soup for anyone who made a bowl or purchased a bowl. Bring your bowl coupon and have some soup with us.
Buy a bowl at the door for $15 (while supplies last) and enjoy free soup.
Make a donation and enjoy some soup.
Many thanks to our partners:
First Presbyterian Church
Manhattan Nonviolence Initiative
New Boston Creative Group
Strecker Nelson West Gallery