CBS 58's One Good Thing: Feeding families in Saukville
Posted: Nov 29, 2021 11:01 AM CDT
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SAUKVILLE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- As you and your family sit down with a table full of food for the holidays, take a moment to think about those who didn't.
Ten years ago, the Saukville Community Food Pantry opened and served just 23 families in the first month.
Today, they help more than 400 families a month.
Nicole Koglin talked to the executive director about the message the food pantry is spreading, "We are here."
She brings us One Good Thing.