Kwik Trip Stores will be selling Icons for $1 to help fight local hunger. All proceeds (100%) from the sale of the icons will be donated to local food pantries. The Gathering Source already receives donations of food from the Juneau Kwik Trip and will receive proceeds from the icon sales at this store. Thank…Details
Mrs. O’Toole’s 2nd grade class at Dodgeland Elementary School recently sponsored “Souper” Bowl. Students donated canned soups and other non-perishable items to donate to The Gathering Source Food Pantry. When finished, over 200 items were donated to The Gathering Source. L-R. Front: Brandon Miller, Lucas Uttech, Jonny Justmann, Alexander Cousineau, Ireland Conway, Alexys Wolff,…Details
The Clyman Fire/EMS Association recently presented The Gathering Source with a check for $500.00 in support of their mission to care for hunger, education, and wellness in rural communities. Pictured from left to right is Clyman Fire/EMS member Nancy Basol, Gathering Source Executive Director Laurel Lunde, and Clyman Fire/EMS member Dave Decono.Details
The Green Bay Packers Foundation selected The Gathering Source as a recipient to receive $5,000.00 to support “Feeding the Hungry – Changing Lives.” Pictured from left to right is The Gathering Source executive director Laurel Lunde and Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy.
Cascade Asset Management presented The Gathering Source with a gift for its “More than a Food Pantry” capital campaign. Pictured from left to right is Cascade Asset Management Representative Representative Weston Smith and Gathering Source President Sharon Snow.
The Gathering Source received 100 pounds of food and a $1,000 donation from the Orbis Corporation annual “Race Against Hunger.” Pictured from left to right is Gathering Source volunteer Judy Stipich, Orbis Representative Dana Lamp, and Gathering Source volunteers Darlene and Ken May.Details
The Juneau Chamber of Commerce recently presented The Gathering Source a check for $500 to support our mission of caring for hunger, education, and wellness in our communities. Pictured from left to right are chamber members: Beth Schwoch, John Long, Mary Nordquist, Gathering Source Executive Director Laurel Lunde, Ron Bosak, Karen Gibbs, Diane Ronge, Tony Cox…Details
The Gathering Source received a grant for $42,000.00 from the Walmart Foundation to purchase a truck (shown) for “Bridging the Rural Food Gap.” Exective director Laurel Lunde reports, “Walmart as well as the Walmart Foundation continues to focus on the betterment of its communities with an emphasis on fighting hunger. Bridging the Rural Food…Details
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