Help Food Pantries Stock Up on Kid-Friendly Foods
Though the pandemic seems to be winding down, local families are still struggling to regain jobs and keep food on the table. In fact, the number of families using the food banks has increased in recent weeks. Moreover with schools soon ending for the summer, children will be home for lunch instead of getting school lunches.
When and Where
Port Washington State Bank is collecting donations for local food panties from April 12 – April 30. Donations can be brought to any PWSB location.
What to Bring
While any type of shelf-stable food is happily accepted, we encourage you to bring kid-friendly foods such as canned fruit, applesauce cups, Spaghettios, mac ‘n cheese, etc. You can help by donating foods that kiddos would be able to make without the assistance of their caregivers. In lieu of food, monetary donations will also be accepted. Checks should be made payable to either the Saukville Food Pantry or to the Port Washington Food Pantry.
PWSB Matches Donations
For every pound of food collected, Port Washington State Bank is donating $1 up to $2,500.