Mobile Food Pantries
Seven year-old Payton Hamm hands to Jim Dunn a check representing the proceeds of her recent lemonade sale. (July 2020)
Volunteers Karen Smolarek, Marilyn Rehberg and Cathy Kuhn were among the six volunteers that were recognized from The Neighborhood Table at the 2019 Volunteer Recognition Breakfast sponsored by the United Way Volunteer Center. Also recognized were Ron Winkler and Dick and Janet Cavanaugh.
Lisa Borre and Theresa Chao were selected as the volunteers from The Neighborhood Table to be honored at the Annual Volunteer Recognition Breakfast, April 17, 2018. Thank you for all you do for TNT!
Volunteers Scott Schiesser and Dennis Hall kindly grilled brats for TNT's 250,000th meal on July 20, 2017.
Cooks Barb Trickle and Diane VandeZande proudly show a large bowl of coleslaw they prepared for TNT's 250,000th meal on July 20, 2017.
Ready to be served at TNT's 250,000th meal on July 20, 2017, is this plate of a brat, sauerkraut, peaches, smiling potatoes and coleslaw.
Special table decorations add to the festive atmosphere as TNT celebrated serving its 250,000th meal on July 20, 2017.
Monty Reinicke received recognition as TNT's Volunteer of the Year at the Annual Volunteer Recognition Breakfast held April 20, 2017.
Feeding America mobile food pantry truck arrives in Wisconsin Rapids.
Volunteers carefully unload pallets from the Feeding America truck.
Volunteers move one of the pallets into position at the mobile food pantry.
Overview of the mobile food pantry food distribution area. The parking lot at the United Methodist Church of Wisconsin Rapids was used.
Volunteers collecting demographic sheets for the mobile food pantry.
Jim Steen was nominated by The Neighborhood Table to be honored at the 2015 Volunteer Recognition Breakfast. Jim is a quiet but integral spoke in TNT's wheel. He shows up for every meal, sets up bakery goods, and greets guests upon arrival. Thank you, Jim, for all you do!
United Methodist Church, east door entrance where guests enter for The Neighborhood Table's meals, 441 Garfield Street, Wisconsin Rapids.
Lisa Borre and Dale Bikowski in new storage room at United Methodist Church. Ready for the inventory to be delivered.
United Methodist Church, main entrance, 441 Garfield Street, Wisconsin Rapids, where The Neighborhood Table serves its meals.
A volunteer stacks packed boxes of inventory in trailer to transport to United Methodist Church.
Volunteers boxing up inventory to move to United Methodist Church.
Volunteers move inventory via assembly line to main floor in preparation of being boxed and relocated to United Methodist Church.