MEB on the Road The Race to $1,000,000 Sept. 25 through Oct. 9 @ multiple locations
Milwaukee Empty Bowls is excited to present MEB on the Road! This year, we’re racing to the million-dollar donation mark - and we need your help! Since 1999, MEB has given back more than $943,000 to our local community. Many of our neighbors - especially children and seniors - struggle to get enough food to eat each day. With your support we can help fund the efforts of organizations that address food insecurity in the Milwaukee area. Plus if we meet our fundraising goals this fall, we can make it to $1,000,000 - a huge milestone for our completely volunteer-run organization.
To better serve the needs of the community, MEB on the Road will include a mix of smaller, in-person pop-ups, as well as ways anyone can support our mission at home. Are you ready to join us? Let’s do this!
• Choose from hundreds of handmade bowls ($30 each) • Two soup samples with bowl purchase • MEB cookbooks ($20) & hand-stamped stainless MEB soup spoons ($10) • Due to limited supply, all MEB items will be available first come, first served at each event
➼ POP-UP #1: Sept. 25 @ Outpost Natural Foods - Bay View ** Limit one bowl per person, please. ** Featuring Outpost soup samples, food for purchase and soup samples from Heirloom MKE food truck, gift certificate & 50/50 raffles, and a live remote broadcast of the Saturday Afternoon Boogie Bang with WMSE 91.7FM. (outdoor event, weather permitting) JOIN ON FACEBOOK
Choose Your Own Adventure! October 2-9 at various locations
Purchase handmade Milwaukee Empty Bowls ($25 each) from Outpost Natural Foods stores or Cream City Clay, October 2 through 9!
Stay tuned for more and thank you for your support!
Make a Donation Directly to our Organization
Since 1999, Milwaukee Empty Bowls has donated over $940,000 to help feed those in need in the Milwaukee metro area. More than 95% of the funds raised during this perennially popular event – held around World Food Day – go directly to aid the hungry in our community. Guests take their bowls home to serve as a reminder that there are always empty bowls in our community. We hope to see you in person in 2021!