USC Students Selected for Internship with National Nonprofit Internship

December 5, 2012

COLUMBIA, SC – December 5, 2012 – Souper Bowl of Caring announces that USC Students Anitra Hall and Sakeinah Perry have been selected as interns in the Columbia office for Souper Bowl of Caring 2013.

Hall and Perry, both junior Public Relations students, will be responsible assisting churches and organizations who register for the event, communicate with media, write press releases, update and maintain online resources, support donor relations efforts and plan events for the National Youth Advisory Board.

“We are honored to have both Sakeinah and Anitra on board as our interns this year,” says Tracy Bender, President and CEO of Souper Bowl of Caring. “Both students have a lot to offer and I am confident they will be valuable additions to our team.”Souper Bowl of Caring is a non-profit organization transforming the energy surrounding Super Bowl weekend into a youth-led movement of giving and service.


About Souper Bowl of Caring
Since its creation, Souper Bowl of Caring has gathered businesses, schools, and congregations of many different faiths to raise money and food items for people in their communities. With a growing total of $91 million raised since 1990, Souper Bowl of Caring ensures that 100 percent of donations go directly to feeding those who are hungry nationwide.  Souper Bowl of Caring is a national youth-led movement of schools, congregations, community organizations and compassionate individuals joining together to fight hunger and poverty in their local communities, transforming the nation’s biggest weekend of football into its largest weekend of giving and serving. Since the program started in 1990, volunteers have collected more than $90 million with 100 percent of all donations going directly to community food banks, soup kitchens or other charities chosen by each group. For more information or to join the team, visit