Making Dinner for Families at Gilda’s Club Cancer Support Groups

For the second volunteer outing of 2017, we continued our work in the area of combating hunger (and improving health) by making dinner at Gilda’s Club. Gilda’s Club is a gathering place for everyone touched by cancer—of any kind and at any stage at no cost. Gilda’s Club offers support groups that focus on different […]

Helping People in Need at The River Food Pantry

September is Hunger Action Month, and I’m happy to say this is the third year in a row that we’ve volunteered and wore orange to show our support! If you wear orange, some good folks will donate meals to Second Harvest Foodbank. So in addition to volunteering, we also helped support Second Harvest. This month, […]

Helping Teens with “Reality Rocks” – Financial Education Exercise

For this DE Volunteer outing, we teamed up with Summit Credit Union to make a difference with local teens! Given that April is National Financial Literacy Month and National Credit Union Youth Month, doing something around the development issue of education, financial education, made a lot of sense. We were happy to be a part […]

Helping Seniors with Chores

For this month’s activity, we worked around the development issues of health and housing by volunteering for the Seniors Program at Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM), which helps keep seniors (age 60+) who live in their services area (Middleton, Cross Plains, West Madison) independent by providing friendly, compassionate and dependable transportation, shopping assistance and seasonal household […]

Making Dinner for Families at the Ronald McDonald House

To kick off the new year, we revisited one of the most popular volunteer activities in the past, which is to make dinner for families at the Ronald McDonald House in Madison. It’s a great way to make a difference around the issues of housing, health and hunger. Madison’s Ronald McDonald House Charities provides services […]