Local Couple Pledges Future Support to Hunger Task Force Through Estate Gift

Apr 8, 2024

Local couple Bob and Dianna Haugh have pledged their support to Hunger Task Force by including the organization in their estate plans. Inspired by their own love of family meals, they hope their gift ensures future generations have access to nutritious food.

“We both grew up enjoying food and sharing food,” Dianna shared. “We wanted to be able to pass that on.”

Longtime patrons of Sanford restaurant for years, Bob and Dianna established a connection with Hunger Task Force through Chef Justin Aprahamian, the restaurant’s owner. The collaboration between Sanford and Hunger Task Force began through the Kick Hunger Challenge and has endured with Sanford catering the Annual Fall Donor Celebration at the food bank.

This thoughtful contribution reflects not only generosity but also smart planning, as Bob noted, “We both just turned 80, and we’re not going to be around forever. We have support set aside for our kids, and we realized there’s a chance something will be left over.”

By incorporating Hunger Task Force into your estate plans and joining the Legacy Society, you make a profound and enduring commitment to support the organization’s mission. The Haughs’ generosity serves as an inspiration, and the couple encourages others to consider similar planned gifts, paving the way for a hunger-free future.

For more information on the Hunger Task Force Legacy Society or questions about including Hunger Task Force in your estate plans, please contact Herb Reichelt, Giving Manager, at 414.238.6483 or [email protected].

Hunger Task Force is Milwaukee’s Free & Local food bank and Wisconsin’s anti-hunger leader. The organization’s core values are Dignity, Justice, Equity, Compassion and Stewardship. Hunger Task Force feeds people today by providing healthy and culturally appropriate food to hungry children, families and seniors in the community absolutely free of charge. Hunger Task Force also works to end future hunger by advocating for strong public policies and nutrition programs at the local, state and federal level.