Feed the Need 2020 | The River Food Pantry
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UPDATE: As of March 12, 2020, our fifth annual tasting event, Feed the Need, has been postponed do to concerns regarding COVID-19 in Dane County. Please read our full statement here.

In addition to raising funds and awareness for The River, Feed the Need offers a unique local culinary experience featuring dozens of restaurants, breweries and wineries throughout Dane County. Attendees will enjoy samples of delicious food, spirits, and live music by Gin, Chocolate & Bottle Rockets. There will also be a silent auction and a live auction emceed by John Urban of Big Dreamers United.

In 2019, the event raised $45,000, which provided over two month’s worth of food at The River! See photos from last year’s event here.






Homemade soda

With generous contributions from our sponsors:

Platinum Plate

Dave & Terri Beck-Engel

Golden Goblet

Silver Spoon

Cindy & Ted Witt Dirty Ducts Cleaning & Environmental Inc. Fearing’s
Hooper Corporation JLA Architects Local District 12 American Family Agents
New Health Chiropractic Pierce Family Foundation Salzwedel Family Fund
Stifel TASC TDS Connecting With Our Communities

Bronze Bowl

Allure Skin Health Boardman & Clark Express Employment Professionals
Focal Point Financial Strategies Lerdahl Business Interiors NCI-Roberts Construction
NeuGen Pierce Jacobsen Family Summit Credit Union

With generous support from our partners:

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Promotional Partners


Interested in other ways to support Feed the Need? Contact Becca Carpenter, Development & Communications Manager, at becca@riverfoodpantry.org.

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