CRS Rice Bowl Campaign

Add to My Calendar 2022-03-02 2022-04-14 11 CRS Rice Bowl Campaign CRS Rice Bowl is the Lenten program of Catholic Relief Services, the official relief and development agency of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Beginning on Ash Wednesday, this almsgiving project challenges participants to perform a simple sacrifice by substituting a low-cost, meatless meal for a more expensive one, and putting the money saved in their cardboard "rice bowl" throughout the season of Lent. Pick up your rice bowl at your parish or order one online. Resources for families, individuals, parishes and classes, in English and Spanish, can be downloaded for free from the CRS website. These can help bring Lenten spirituality to life while providing an opportunity to make a difference to those in need in more than 100 countries worldwide, including the United States. Twenty-five percent of the money collected through CRS Rice Bowl stays in the Diocese of Little Rock to assist low-income people through Catholic Charities of Arkansas. The remaining 75 percent supports CRS’ humanitarian and development programs overseas, providing assistance to impoverished and vulnerable communities. Therefore, parish and school participation is just as important locally as it is globally. For more information, contact Megan Moore, diocesan CRS Rice Bowl coordinator, at (501) 664-0340. Nationwide true DD/MM/YYYY

Wednesday, March 2, 2022 - Thursday, April 14, 2022

Location: Nationwide
Contact: Megan Moore
Phone: (501) 664-0340

CRS Rice Bowl is the Lenten program of Catholic Relief Services, the official relief and development agency of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Beginning on Ash Wednesday, this almsgiving project challenges participants to perform a simple sacrifice by substituting a low-cost, meatless meal for a more expensive one, and putting the money saved in their cardboard "rice bowl" throughout the season of Lent. Pick up your rice bowl at your parish or order one online.

Resources for families, individuals, parishes and classes, in English and Spanishcan be downloaded for free from the CRS website. These can help bring Lenten spirituality to life while providing an opportunity to make a difference to those in need in more than 100 countries worldwide, including the United States.

Twenty-five percent of the money collected through CRS Rice Bowl stays in the Diocese of Little Rock to assist low-income people through Catholic Charities of ArkansasThe remaining 75 percent supports CRS’ humanitarian and development programs overseas, providing assistance to impoverished and vulnerable communities. Therefore, parish and school participation is just as important locally as it is globally. For more information, contact Megan Moore, diocesan CRS Rice Bowl coordinator, at (501) 664-0340.