Southfield (CW50) – Motown Soup is a group of all volunteers formed 4 years ago. The organization is based out of Trinity Lutheran Church in Utica. They create and package dry soups and sell them at fairs and on the internet. Motown Soup’s profits are donated to different charities that are focused on serving the homeless and the hungry.

On this week’s COMMUNITY CONNECT, Lisa Germani sits down with Dan Kennedy from Motown Soup to talk about how the organization has helped raise over $1,082,000 for the community.

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Dan Kennedy from Motown Soup, with Community Connect Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

Motown Soup is focused has volunteers that range from first-timers to regulars who have been around since the beginning.

Dan Kennedy from Motown Soup, with Community Connect Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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The recipes are created in-house with a focus on maintaining the flavor that the non-dry soup had. Motown Soup also has a summer time program that makes barbecue recipes.

Dan Kennedy from Motown Soup (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

Dan Kennedy told a story about how people will buy the boxes and gift them for Christmas to families in need.

To learn more about Motown Soup go to MotownSoup.com

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