Upcoming Nonprofit Masonic Lodge Event Will Help Fight Hunger in a Tasty Way

The Traveling Stone Soup has already fed over 250,000 people, and their goal is to feed a million. Their next stop is Brookfield, WI on November 3rd of this year.

Milwaukee, WI, October 12, 2018 --(PR.com)-- McKinley Lodge #307 of Free and Accepted Masons of Wisconsin, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, is bringing Travelling Stone Soup/Feed A Million to Brookfield Wisconsin this November. This event is hosted in conjunction with the American Profile Magazine Hometown Heroes, Jim Crosby (Peppermint Jim) and Nick Nicklosovich (Chef Nick), to serve up a new take on donation drives, with enough fresh, hot home-cooked soup for over 1,000 people, available for a $5 donation per bowl. Be sure to bring canned food and dry goods to donate, as donations and proceeds benefit Feeding America. The goal of the Travelling Stone Soup is to feed one million Americans, which began in 2009 in Michigan, before branching out to Arizona. In the 6 years that they have put on these charitable events, they have reached over a quarter of their goal, and impacted hundreds of thousands of individuals in the process.

Visit the Facebook event page (https://Facebook.com/events/712793749069125/) or their website (http://TravelingStoneSoup.org) for more.

Event Details:
4550 N Pilgrim Road, Brookfield, WI
Saturday, November 3rd, 9 AM - 5 PM
Vegetable & Beef Vegetable Soup Bowls for $5
Accepting canned food and dry goods donations
Traveling Stone Soup
Nick Nicklosovich
(517) 376-2217