30 Years of Feeding Hope
Go Orange. Fight Hunger. Change Lives.
This year, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin marks its 30th Anniversary. In 1982, Milwaukee rotarians Price Davis and Arthur Riemer opened Second Harvesters of Wisconsin at a rented warehouse on the city's south side. From a bushel of apples to 15.4 million pounds of food, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin has expanded its roots in the community in the past 30 years. Click on the links below for more details about our history, what's happening in 2012 and ways you can help commemorate this milestone.
We want to hear from YOU in 2012! Click "Your Story" above to tell us what Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin means to you, whether you're a client, agency, volunteer or donor; please share your stories with us.
Thank you for your unwavering support of Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin these past 30 years as we continue fighting hunger and changing lives.
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