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Give Back Program Extended

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10.21.2020

Build a Pantry by Design Tech Remodeling

Design Tech Remodeling in Mequon extends their Build a Pantry Fill a Pantry give back program until April 30th, 2021 and starts online giving campaign at https://rb.gy/59vdfs

MEQUON, WI — Design Tech Remodeling in Mequon is extending its give back program, Build a Pantry Fill a Pantry, until April 30th, 2021. This program pledges to help local citizens and those affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. For every job sold by the Mequon remodeler between May 1st, 2020 and April 30th, 2021, $250 or $500 will go to the Hunger Task Force or Family Sharing of Ozaukee County. Homeowners planning an interior remodel can find more details at www.designtechremodeling.com.

Masha Wagner, Owner and Designer for Design Tech Remodeling is proud and thankful for having served the Greater Milwaukee Area for over 23 years. “During these days of such hardship and need, we look forward to giving back to the community with our Build A Pantry – Fill A Pantry fundraising campaign. We are hopeful that our contributions will help our neighbors in need.”

Hunger Task Force is Milwaukee’s only free and local food bank, which means that the organization never charges for food or deliveries and that all donations stay local within the community. Hunger Task Force serves an emergency food pantry network of 75 organizations, including food pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters, providing food to nearly 50,000 individuals each month. “At Hunger Task Force, we love to see the community getting creative when it comes to giving back, and Design Tech Remodeling’s campaign does just that,” said Sherrie Tussler, Executive Director of Hunger Task Force. “The proceeds from this program will help feed hungry families throughout Milwaukee and provide support for those hit especially hard by the pandemic.”

Family Sharing provides Ozaukee County residents access to pantry staples, baby food, frozen meats, dairy items, fruits and vegetables. “We are so grateful, humbled and in awe of our community’s willingness to give,” said Kimberly Bikulcius, Community Outreach Manager for Family Sharing. “Businesses such as Design Tech Remodeling can make a huge impact when they partner with Family Sharing. With so many families struggling at this time, we are working hard to serve those in need. Family Sharing is here, willing to help and ready to alleviate hunger in Ozaukee county with dignity and compassion.”

For more information about Design Tech Remodeling’s Build-a-Pantry Fill-a-Pantry project, contact their office at 262-240-9999 or visit www.designtechremodeling.com.


About Design Tech Remodeling:

Design Tech Remodeling is a family-owned award-winning kitchen, bathroom, master suite, and basement design/build remodeling firm providing the Greater Milwaukee area with over 23 years of experience. Skilled designers, carpenters, and contractors guide homeowners smoothly through their remodeling project from conceptual design and finish selections through to the final product. Design Tech Remodeling’s standard of excellence ensures innovative designs, quality craftsmanship, and meticulous attention to detail. NARI Certified Professional on Staff. Design Tech Remodeling; Building a Better Tomorrow for You and Your Family.

About Hunger Task Force:

Hunger Task Force is Milwaukee’s Free & Local food bank and Wisconsin’s anti-hunger leader. The organization provides healthy and nutritious food to hungry children, families and seniors in the community absolutely free of charge. Hunger Task Force was founded in 1974 by a local advocacy group who then formed Milwaukee’s first food bank. Today, Hunger Task Force is 100% supported by the community and provides a safety net of emergency food with dignity to a network of 75 food pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters. Through legislative analysis, education and community organizing, Hunger Task Force continues to advocate for anti-hunger policy at the local, state and federal level. For more information, visit HungerTaskForce.org.

About Family Sharing of Ozaukee County:

Providing food at no cost to Ozaukee County residents in need, Family Sharing exists to serve our community. We are…for Ozaukee, from Ozaukee. Family Sharing provides pantry staples, baby food, frozen meats, dairy items, fruits and vegetables to pantry clients residing in Ozaukee County.

In 2019 Family Sharing distributed over 372,000 lbs. to Ozaukee County residents in need. 251 NEW winter coats were given to children that utilize our pantry services and 494 students received needed school supplies before heading back to class in the fall. Family Sharing stays steadfast in our mission: to alleviate hunger in Ozaukee County with dignity and compassion.

Contacts:

Design Tech Remodeling, LLC
Jennifer Hamm, Office and Marketing Manager
O: 262-240-9999
E: info@designtechremodeling.com
W: www.designtechremodeling.com

Hunger Task Force
Sarah Kikkert, Communications Manager
Office: 414-238-6477
Mobile: 414-610-5677
Email: sarah.kikkert@hungertaskforce.org

Family Sharing of Ozaukee County
Kimberly Bikulcius, Community Outreach Manager
O: (262)377-0634 x121
E: kimberlyb@familysharingozaukee.org
W: https://www.familysharingozaukee.org/

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