Hunger Blog2019-09-19T20:16:31-05:00

First Snowfall Doesn’t Stop Volunteers from Picking Nearly Two Tons of Apples

The first snowfall of the season in Sheboygan County happened over night on October 29th and it didn't stop our dedicated volunteers from heading out to Smiling Dog Orchard on a "crisp" morning for a second time this fall. Volunteers collected 1,866 pounds of honey crisp apples, which will be safely stored at our warehouse and then distributed to our partner agencies to give to our neighbors in need. Special [...]

By |October 29th, 2019|Categories: Hunger|

Sheboygan County Food Bank Launches New Brand Identity to Raise Awareness of Hunger in Sheboygan County

For nearly four decades, Sheboygan County Food Bank (SCFB) has led the way in addressing the food needs of our neighbors in Sheboygan County who struggle with hunger on any given day. One of the biggest challenges we face is that hunger hides in our community. In addition, many people are still unaware of Sheboygan County Food Bank and the work that we do to fight hunger. Starting today, we [...]

By |September 18th, 2019|Categories: Hunger|

Staff Attends Hunger Relief Federation Summit: Local Action, Statewide Impact

On September 10th, staff joined anti-hunger advocates across the state for the Hunger Relief Federation’s third annual Federation Summit. The Hunger Relief Federation was developed by our friends at Hunger Task Force to bring together like-minded emergency food organizations in Wisconsin. Anti-hunger leaders shared ideas, had tough conversations, and considered solutions for hunger in their communities. Patrick Boyle, SCFB's Executive Director, co-presented on How We Communicate Hunger in one of [...]

By |September 13th, 2019|Categories: Hunger|

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