Harvest Dinner for Hunger 2018 | The River Food Pantry
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Join us for The River’s largest fundraiser of the year, the 9th Annual Harvest Dinner for Hunger! The event is Sunday, Oct. 21 from 4:30–8:00 p.m. at Madison College’s beautiful new Truax Campus location at 3550 Anderson Street.

4:30 p.m. Doors open! Live music, appetizers, silent auction and raffles.

6:00 p.m. Program of inspirational stories from those personally touched by The River, and dinner featuring culinary delights from Madison College Culinary Arts, Liliana’s Restaurant, Taliesin Preservation and UW Provision.

The program will again be emceed by NBC Channel 15’s evening news anchor John Stofflet.

Online Silent Auction Now Open!

Bid on lodging, dining, attractions, entertainment and more. Check back often between now and Oct. 21, as more items get added to our auction. Good luck and happy bidding!

With generous contributions from our sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor


Harvester Sponsor


Provider Sponsor


Planter Sponsors

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And with generous support from our partners:


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