We are once again honored to partner with the All-City Swim & Dive League for our largest Food & Fund Drive of the summer!
HOW TO HELP
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 12 and runs through noon on July 29, 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 DONATIONS (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.
ALL-CITY POOLS AND BENEFITING SECOND HARVEST PARTNER FOOD PANTRIES/KIDS CAFES
|Pool||Food Pantry/Kids Cafe|
|Goodman||Salvation Army of Dane County Food Pantry|
|Hawks Landing||St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry|
|High Point||Lussier Community Education Center Kids Cafe|
|Hill Farm||Boys & Girls Club of Dane County - Taft Street Kids Cafe|
|Maple Bluff||The River Food Pantry|
|Middleton||Middleton Outreach Ministry|
|Nakoma||Vera Court Neighborhood Center - Kids Cafe|
|Parkcrest||Goodman Community Center - Kids Cafe|
|Ridgewood||Badger Prairie Needs Network|
|Seminole||Boys & Girls Club of Dane County - Allied Drive Kids Cafe|