Wow!  Thanks to the amazing support of the community, the All City Swim League raised more than 160,000 meals for Second Harvest Foodbank and our partner agencies!  Congratulations to all of the swimmers this year and to Seminole Pool for hosting a great meet!  Congratulations to Maple Bluff Country Club for raising the most meals per swimmer in the food/fund drive challenge!


Help your All-City pool raise the most meals per swimmer by donating money and non-perishable food. The food/fund drive kicks off June 11 and runs through 11:30 a.m. on July 30, the final day of the All-City Championship Swim Meet. A list of pools and their food pantry/Kids Cafe beneficiaries is posted below.

MONETARY DONATIONS   ($1 = 3 meals)

Online: Visit the All City Online Fundraising page and select your pool's donation page. 

Checks: Payable to Second Harvest Foodbank and include Pool Name in the memo line.
Mail to: Second Harvest Foodbank; Attn: Tina Statz; 2802 Dairy Dr.; Madison, WI 53718

NON-PERISHABLE FOOD DONATION  (1.2 pounds of food = 1 meal)

Throughout the summer, food collection barrels will be at each pool that intends to collect both food and monetary donations. There will be no food collection at the All-City Championship Swim Meet. Download a list of most needed non-perishable food items.


Pool Food Pantry/Kids Cafe
Goodman  Living In Community Food Pantry
Hawks Landing  The River Food Pantry
High Point  Saint Vincent de Paul Food Pantry
Hill Farm  Goodman Community Center Kids Cafe
Maple Bluff  Goodman Community Center Food Pantry
Middleton  Middleton Outreach Ministry
Monona  East Side Community Center Kids Cafe
Nakoma  Salvation Army Kids Cafe
Parkcrest  Bethel Lutheran Food Pantry
Ridgewood  Badger Prairie Needs Network
Seminole  Kennedy Heights Food Pantry
Shorewood Hills  Lussier Community Education Center Kids Cafe
West Side  Allied Drive Kids Cafe 



Contact Laura, Second Harvest Foodbank, at 608-216-7248.