Soup-er Sunday


Encouraging Hands-On Social Action

Soup-er Sunday is one of JTI’s largest service learning programs. It takes place around Mitzvah Day International, an international day of service encouraging people all over the world to take part in hands-on social action in November.

Here on the North Shore, 100+ youth, teen and adult volunteers prepare and cook various foods, and then deliver the food to local emergency and family shelters as a pre-Thanksgiving meal. Each year we look for soup-er heroes to help with cooking, set up, clean up and/or delivering food and the day begins with pizza for lunch. Guest chefs are always on hand for culinary inspiration and instruction; no cooking expertise is required!

Thanks to all our SOUP-ER 2018 participants, sponsors and collaborators on another HUGE success!


  • 150 volunteers
  • 51 lasagnas
  • 50 apple pies
  • large pots of soup
  • 3 trays of brownies
  • 6 huge batches of cookies
  • 60 Stars of Hope
  • 4 large boxes full of toiletry donations
  • Lynn Shelter Association shelters
  • 1 My Brother’s Table soup kitchen

Soup-er Sunday Through the Years

See our soup-er awesome teens in action at JTI’s Facebook, TwitterInstagram and YouTube pages.