SouperFest 2022!

When the State Street Jazz Band fired up on Saturday, March 26 at White Park in Concord, there were already 50 guests in line to pick up their soup at the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness’ signature fundraising event, SouperFest. In all, 250 households purchased 1000 soups provided by Concord’s finest eateries.

The Jazz music was the perfect background as the volunteers, including Senator Becky Whitley, Merrimack County Commissioner Tara Reardon, Sheriff David Croft, Mayor Jim Bouley, City Councilor Stacey Brown, City Councilor Karen McNamara and MCSB President Linda Lorden, hustled to process guest orders. The event raised over $50,000 through the generosity of seventy local SouperFest business sponsors.

If you missed SouperFest, but would like to make a donation, please visit the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness website. At the website you will also find information about CCEH’s next two events, Bluegrass Barbecue and the Talent Show. Visit Concordhomeless.org

Binnie Media is a proud Pillar of Support of the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness and an enthusiastic SouperFest Sponsor.

A natural crowdpleaser, Nazzy knows exactly what it takes to get the party started. Originally from Massachusetts, Nazzy got his start in radio in Boston, has spent time on the air in Rhode Island, and has been a staple in the lakes region, the capital city and all of the granite state for more than 15 years. Not only on the air, but as a mobile entertainer. Nazzy rocks some of the best venues in NH, ME and MA with his own mobile DJ company, Nazzy Entertainment DJs.