September is Hunger Action Month
Over 125,000 people are struggling with food insecurity in our southwestern Wisconsin community. And with inflation and the cost of living going up, it is increasingly difficult to decide if the money should be spent on rent, bills, medication, or food. With our 300 partners and programs throughout 16 counties, we can support access to food and food resources and help make ends meet.
Everyone has a role to play in ending hunger. This September, we ask you to advocate, educate, donate, and volunteer. To stay up-to-date on all the events happening this month, download our 30 Ways in 30 Days calendar.
Get inspired, take action, and help our neighbors have enough nutritious food to thrive.
Thursday, September 8
Help spread awareness about hunger in our community. Gear up in orange, take a photo or video, and post using #GoOrange22. NBC15 will share our favorite photos, reels, and posts!
Saturday, September 17
We can’t do this work without the support of volunteers. Use this day to sign up for any upcoming volunteer shift and bring your friends too!
Thursday, September 22
Call us at 844-8-Hunger this day and donate to request your song! Jonathan and Kitty will be playing your songs from 6:00 am – 6:00 pm.
Vote on Tuesday, November 2
Your voice matters, and can make a big difference in addressing the root causes of hunger. Learn more.