Fund the Gap
BBBSNEW overcame many challenges throughout 2020/21 to ensure our Bigs and Littles stayed connected,
but there is still so much more that needs to be done for our matches and the children waiting to be matched.
The current situation has caused our agency to change ways in programing and fundraising, leaving us at an
estimated $225,000 gap in our budget due to setbacks.
We are looking for you to support our Fund the Gap campaign and help us close our gap. For the complete story
and information on how you can donate click HERE
NOTICE: Taste of the Town has been cancelled for 2021
Due to the staffing and service issues Covid has had on our vendors we must unfortunately cancel Taste of the Town this year.
Stay tuned: Big Brothers Big Sisters will be looking to develop a year-end fundraising event to offset the cancellation of Taste of the Town.
Wine and dine at the Taste of the Town for 2022
Save the Date – Friday October 28, 2022
Taste of the Town is the largest annual fundraiser for the agency raising over $118,000 in net revenue when last held in 2019. This supports 80 matches for one year.
Taste of the Town is a signature event for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin, dating to 1992. In 2016, a companion event, Chef Showdown, was created for a second night of fundraising. Chef Showdown was a small component of Taste of the Town for many years held in a side room featuring two chefs competing with minimal cooking tools and a small pantry. Chef Showdown was discontinued in 2019 to focus on developing the potential of Taste of the Town.
Taste of the Town features dozens of restaurant and catering vendors providing sample tastes of appetizers, entrees, side dishes, desserts and beverages. Crowd is capped at 600.
Learn about the impact we make in the community at Big Breakfast/Big Tailgate.
Big Breakfast and Big Tailgate events are held annually in Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay and Shawano to generate revenue for our programs and educate and increase awareness of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin’s programs.
Table Hosts (supporters who are knowledgeable and passionate about our organization) invite guests to attend this free breakfast to learn about our services, hear about our successes and growth and, hopefully, attendees are inspired to support us with a monetary contribution, become a volunteer mentor or support us by joining one of our special event committees.
How Can I get Involved? If you are interested in attending one of the events or becoming a Table Host, please contact: Joyce Anderson at email@example.com or (920) 489-3535.
For more information on our special events, call Deb Polster, Events Coordinator, at 920-489-3544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.