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As we kick off that time-honored tradition of celebrating the best football teams of the year at the Super Bowl, we’d like to ask you to join our team for another Super Bowl tradition: sharing the gift of food with people in your community who are hungry.

Over 150,000 people in Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha and Waukesha Counties are food insecure. That’s enough people to fill American Family Field almost four times over! Would you consider sharing food with those who aren’t able to feed their families this winter?

Here’s how you can help:

    Choose one or more of our participating Ministry Partners from the list that will be posted on our website. Collect food items on your own or in a coordinated drive with your congregation or others in your community. Then, contact your chosen Ministry Partner(s) to arrange delivery of your donations leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, February 12 (if you have a large amount of a single item, please consider splitting your donation between several ministries).
    New this year, we're setting up an Amazon food wish list, so you can purchase food items for our Ministry Partners and have them delivered to a central location. All of the purchased food will then be distributed to the participating Ministry Partners. Check out our website for the link in the coming days!
    If you’re not able to purchase and deliver food to one or more of our Ministry Partners, consider making a monetary donation to our 2023 Super Bowl Food Drive online or by mail to PO Box 341695, Milwaukee 53234 (make checks out to Outreach for Hope with "Food Drive" in the memo line). Your donation will be shared with feeding ministries run by our Ministry Partners, so they can purchase the exact food items that will serve their clients best.

As siblings in Christ, we know the importance of caring for one another. We pray that we will all embrace this opportunity to work together as a synod to share with those who don’t have enough food today.

And may all God's people say "AMEN!" … and be blessed with enough.