BCUW Holds Food Sculpture Challenge
Brown County United Way holds “United We Can” Food Sculpture Challenge at Capital Credit Union Park on Aug. 11
All cans from the challenge will be donated to local food pantries.
GREEN BAY—Brown County United Way is holding its second annual “United We Can” Food Sculpture Challenge on Thursday, August 11 before the Green Bay Rockers Baseball game at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon.
Companies will be assembling their sculptures from 1,500 non-perishable food cans from 1-4 pm. Those sculptures will then be on display for fans to enjoy during the Green Bay Rockers baseball game starting at 6:35 p.m. Brown County United Way staff will be there to share information about its mission to fight for ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) and give out free t-shirts to lucky fans.
After the event, all food cans will be donated to local food pantries in Brown County.
About Brown County United Way: Founded in 1925, Brown County United Way (BCUW) is a center for community-based strategies. Through direct fundraising, grant making, community mobilization, and advocacy efforts, Brown County United Way leverages all its organizational resources and deep local partnerships to advance targeted community solutions. With the help of more than 500 community volunteers from all community sectors, Brown County United Way is dedicated to finding solutions to the community’s most pressing human-services issues.