2016 Community Impact

The Sheboygan County Food Bank was presented with a check for $25,000 by Making Spirits Bright, Inc.
Making Spirits Bright, Inc.’s Board President Gerry Plehn (standing second from right), and Board Member Mike Roth (far right), presented the check to the Sheboygan County Food Bank’s Board President Eric Zufelt (third from left), Executive Director Liz Kroll (second from left) and Board Member Tony Schultz (far left).

Your Monetary Donations Make An Impact

In addition to being allocated for future growth and maintenance of the Making Spirits Bright lights show, your monetary donations are helping other organizations in the community. This year we donated $44,250 to six local not-for-profit organizations to be used for efforts to feed the hungry and in support of programs that lead to self-sufficiency.

These included:

  • Sheboygan County Human Rights Association for a Vision Screener Project
  • Big Brothers &amp Big Sisters for their Lunch Buddies Program
  • Sheboygan County YMCA for their Grant School Lunch Program
  • Fresh Meals On Wheels Of Sheboygan County for Truck Maintenance which is Critical to their Meal Delivery
  • RCS Empowers for the 5 O’Clock Club which is a group of RCS clients that have jobs but meet back at RCS for some social time

Consider Donating These Items When Visiting Making Spirits Bright

There is an increased, ongoing demand for personal hygiene items which don’t always come to mind when you think of a food pantry.

HYGIENE PRODUCTS
shampoo, deodorant, soap, diapers, toilet paper, feminine hygiene items, toothpaste

Following is a quick reference list of the most requested items:

MEATS, FISH AND PROTEIN

canned tuna, ham, chicken, beef stew, chili, peanut butter, canned/dried beans

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

canned fruits and vegetables, fresh produce

COMPLETE MEALS

boxed meals, hearty soups

GRAINS

rice, whole wheat pasta

COOKING BASICS

flour, sugar, cooking oil

Also keep in mind to watch the expiration date of any donated items.

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