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Spotlight: Hunger Task Force Stories

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Partner of the Month: Richards Elementary School | February 2024

Partner of the Month: Richards Elementary School | February 2024

We are deeply grateful for Richards Elementary’s unwavering partnership. This February, we’re spotlighting Richards Elementary, our Partner of the Month! They ignite a passion for service in the next generation. Through their food drives, they’ve collected a remarkable 2,300 pounds of healthy food and over $12,000 since 2022.

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Use Your Voice! Ensure WIC Stays Strong for Milwaukee Families

A powerful call to action from Reno Wright, Advocacy Director, Hunger Task Force:Our children's health depends on us, and today I’m reaching out with an important advocacy action for our community to take collectively. The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program...

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Hunger Task Force 2023 Annual Report now available online

Hunger Task Force is proud to report that we have become stronger, more resilient and more capable than ever before, thanks to the generous support of our community! As Milwaukee's only Free & Local food bank and Wisconsin's anti-hunger leader, our mission...

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Hunger Task Force Farm – Small Acres, Big Productivity

By: Mid-West Farm Report, Madison – podcast Good soil practices are paying financial dividends for farmers in some states in the upper Midwest, and Wisconsin may soon join in.  Bob Bosold talks to Jack Cornell with the United Soybean Board about Farmers for Soil...

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