Milwaukee Bucks And Pick ‘N Save To Donate And Distributed More Than $50,000 Worth Of Food

MILWAUKEE — For the second consecutive year, the Milwaukee Bucks and Pick ‘n Save  team up to help fight hunger in the Milwaukee area. In support of Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initiative, the two organizations have partnered to donate more than $50,000 worth of food. A semi-truck full of food was distributed by the Bucks and Pick ‘n Save throughout the day tomorrow to eight Milwaukee-area pantries and community groups.

The all-day food distribution culminated at Capuchin Community Services’ St. Ben’s (930 W. State St., Milwaukee) at 5 p.m. where Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe, along with Bucks VolunDeers and Pick ‘n Save volunteers, served a meal that evening. Bucks and Fiserv Forum President Peter Feigin, Roundy’s Supermarkets, Inc. Vice President of Communications & Public Affairs James Hyland and Fr. Robert Wotypka, OFM, Capuchin, Ministry Director at St. Benedict the Moore Parish also gave remarks before the meal was served.