Three Very Special Bowls

Three Very Special Bowls

We know there are a lot of reasons why you might come to Empty Bowls. It may be the soup– dozens of local restaurants donate their signature soups the event. It may be the celebrity servers– local officials and hometown celebrities donate their time to...
Pottery with a Purpose

Pottery with a Purpose

This post was originally posted by Beth Bealle at The Enrichment Center in Winston-Salem, NC. The Enrichment Center helps adults with life-long intellectual and developmental disabilities develop life skills, social skills and job skills through an arts-based program...
Why I Volunteer at Empty Bowls by Sarah Stitzel

Why I Volunteer at Empty Bowls by Sarah Stitzel

I’ve been a part of the Empty Bowls fundraiser in one way or another for the past seven years. First as a guest, then as a volunteer, then a planning committee member and now volunteer chair.   My initial involvement came because a friend invited me along, and who...
The Commitment is in the Bowls

The Commitment is in the Bowls

Linda Hill’s Winston-Salem home is filled with art and smells like cooking. She sits at her dining room table, sharing recipes and talking about Campari tomatoes. You would think she had died and gone to Heaven the way she talks about tomatoes. “I could go on and on....

Our New Empty Bowls Website is Now Live!

We’re excited that our new Empty Bowls website is now up and running at www.emptybowlsnc.org. On the website you’ll find ticket information for both the lunch and (new this year!) the dinner, information about the event itself, our history and lots about...
The Spirit of Stone Soup

The Spirit of Stone Soup

There is a fable about a hungry traveler who arrived in a village where the residents were also hungry. Each thought that they had nothing to spare. From door to door the traveler begged, but no one could spare a meal. Turned away at the last house, the traveler...
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