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The REALTOR® Family Is Helping Wisconsin Children in Need


The Wisconsin REALTORS® Foundation (WRF) is a statewide organization dedicated to unifying REALTORS® to help Wisconsin children in the areas of education, hunger, homelessness/abuse and serious illnesses. 

To help in this effort, the WRF teamed up with Feeding Wisconsin* to help feed hungry children throughout the state.  

While the WRF raised nearly 21,000 meals at the WRA Annual Convention in September 2018, the foundation is turning its focus toward volunteering at your local food bank or pantry during the week of November 26-30, 2018. We are asking you to reach out to your network of REALTORS®, affiliates, clients, customers, family and friends to team up and volunteer. The objective is to have REALTORS®  team up and volunteer at their local food bank and/or pantry.  

Join in as REALTORS® across the state team up against hunger the week of November 26-30, 2018.  

If you are interested in teaming up during the week of November 26-30, 2018, contact Sandy Bolgrihn at to connect you to a local food bank representative to help coordinate your volunteer time.  

Spread the word on social media! #teamrealtor, #realtorsfeedwi @realtorsfeedwi 

$7 feeds a child 3 meals a day for a week. 

The more you give, the more children you feed.

You can find your nearest food bank using the interactive Wisconsin food bank map on Feeding Wisconsin’s main homepage online here. Once on Feeding Wisconsin's website, scroll down to find the green interactive Wisconsin food bank map, or contact Cori or Sandy at the WRA for assistance.

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*Feeding Wisconsin is the statewide association of the Feeding America food banks that sources, warehouses and provides food to over 750 affiliated agencies and 1,000 local food programs throughout the state. Every year, the Feeding Wisconsin network of food banks, affiliated food pantries and meal programs provide almost 60 million meals to nearly 580,000 people statewide — nearly 33 percent of those meal recipients are children.   

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