Volunteers prepare take-out meals for those unable to attend the meal in person.
Katie Gerczak visits The Neighborhood Table twice monthly to provide Food Resources and Nutrition Information (FRANI) to our guests.
This Vulcan commercial stove replaced our old residential-type stoves in 2010. The stove is still doing a wonderful job of getting our food cooked!
More than 40 baskets were raffled off at the Zumbathon fundraiser held 6/21/13.
Zumbathon participants chain dance across the parish hall 6/21/13.
Mary Jo Brandl passing a raffle basket to a winner at the Zumbathon held 6/21/13.
Mary Jo Brandl and her husband Jesse present a huge mock check of the proceeds raised at the Zumbathon to Dale Bikowski, president of The Neighborhood Table.
The Neighborhood Table participated in the first annual Food Sculpture Contest sponsored by the United Way of Inner Wisconsin (2013).
Three youngsters donated the proceeds of their lemonade stand, enough to purchase fruit for the meal (4/2012).
Volunteers from The Neighborhood Table helped with the United Way Ford Drive in 2012, helping to get drivers out of bad weather with hot beverages and brats.
The Neighborhood Table helped the Boys and Girls Club of the Wisconsin Rapids Area start up a self-sustaining food program at the Club by obtaining a $10,000 grant from the General Mills Foundation. This grant provided money to establish raised gardens at the Club as well as to replace and buy equipment essential to preparing food.
This young man donated the toy stocking he had won to share with young guests attending one of our meals in December 2011.