All proceeds will go to our Community Impact Fund, benefiting Ozaukee County residents. Collecting non-perishable food items for Stone Soup Project.
Bring your family and friends and enjoy one of Ozaukee’s Lakefront parks – Upper Lake Park in Port Washington.
Picnic Baskets are welcome. Bring your favorite mug.
September 14 @ 6 pm
The Twisted Willow Restaurant is pairing food with a good cause at its very first Farm to Fork Charity Experience on Friday, September 14. This amazing dining experience will benefit programs and services funded by United Way of Northern Ozaukee. Jill Bunting, owner, along with her brother Dan Wiken, chef and farmer and their team have created a unique and delicious evening using freshly harvested ingredients from their very own local farm in Grafton as well as local purveyors.
For more information or to purchase your ticket, please contact Twisted Willow at 262-268-7600 or visit their website at twistedwillowrestaurant.com
STONE SOUP EVENT
If you or your family/friends are looking for a fun group project, this is a great opportunity to come together to help fight hunger. In just two hours of your time, your small contributions will add up to a better life for all. Your children will benefit from volunteering, too! They will readily understand why they are preparing a meal for someone who is hungry, and the activity may lead to long-term volunteering.
We are looking to recruit volunteers to help us build and package meals for Family Sharing of Ozaukee, the Saukville Food Pantry, and Advocates of Ozaukee. Saturday, October 6th from 10 am until noon, at Parkside Community UCC, we will package, label, and box the meals up for distribution to the clients. ONCE THE MEALS ARE PACKAGED WE WILL ALL SIT DOWN AND BREAK BREAD TOGETHER.
For more information on how you can donate food, and or volunteer for the event, please contact Barbara Bates-Nelson @ 248 613 7855 or email at email@example.com