The Harvard Club of Wisconsin 
and the Hunger Task Force are
Teaming-up to Feed the Hungry

Saturday, September 14, 2019
12:30 PM to 3:30 PM

The Hunger Task Force Farm, 9000 S. 68th St., Franklin

This is a volunteering opportunity for members of our Harvard Club community. Come and connect with other Harvard alums and students while helping to feed the hungry. We will meet at the Farm in Franklin. Dress appropriately for working outdoors. Layers are recommended, as is clothing that allows for maximum flexibility. Closed-toed study shoes must be worn—no sandals.
Please R.S.V.P. by September 12th with the number volunteering and names via email to:
A release from the Hunger Task Force Farm must be completed and returned.
Can't make it on Sept 14th?
Members who would like to make a donation and support The Farm can do so on the Hunger Task Force website using this link:

About the Hunger Task Force Farm

The Hunger Task Force Farm is a unique 208-acre urban farm in the suburb of Franklin. During the growing season, The Farm infuses half a million pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables into our food bank’s supply, enhancing the nutrition of those who normally rely on canned or nonperishable foods. Last year, Hunger Task Force delivered more than 9 million pounds of food to serve Milwaukee’s hungry. Each year, more than 5,000 community volunteers provide the labor force that it takes to operate The Farm—from seed to harvest. 

The Farm program is made possible through dedicated community support. From volunteering during the harvest to sponsoring seed purchases and farm equipment, your gift sustains The Farm.