Empty Bowls is a community project to raise money for local hunger prevention efforts. For $11 you get to choose a bowl created by local potters, community members, and students. These bowls are each unique and a great keepsake! You then fill it with soup donated by local restaurants. The meal includes bread, beverage, and dessert.The event also features a raffle, entertainment, clowns for the children, and a pottery demonstration by a local professional potter.
October 28, 2017 SPASH High School Stevens Point 11:30 - 2:00
The Hunger Prevention Partnership was formed in October 2000, after the first Portage County Hunger Summit. Over the years, the Partnership has grown. In April, at the 2006 Poverty Summit, the Partnership expanded to include poverty issues and the name of the organization was changed to Portage County Hunger and Poverty Prevention Partnership The Partnership includes individuals from various aspects of the public and private sector. The Partnership developed four project teams to help address and solve hunger and poverty issues that face Portage County .