Join us for the 2nd Annual Feast to Feed

Published 18 May 2017

Join us on Saturday, August 19, for this second annual community event designed to benefit the food pantries of The Salvation Army and St. John’s Episcopal Church, all while enjoying Elkhart’s beautiful downtown. This farm-to-table event will feature the fine cuisine of Elkhart’s own Artisan, and is part of downtown Elkhart’s Summer Saturday Series. 

Last year, more than 50 tons of donated food helped over 32,000 people who passed through The Salvation Army and St. John’s doors. Many of these people are our neighbors and friends, who we might never expect to be in need. Proceeds from the first Feast to Feed last summer generated about $18,000 which directly helped meet the needs of so many in our community. 

Tickets for the event are $100/each. Seats are limited, so buy your tickets quickly!


Event Details

Saturday, August 19
5 PM - 8 PM
Elkhart Central Park

Thank you to our sponsors!

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors. your ticket purchase goes directly to help provide food to hungry families.

Abby Thomas
1st Source Bank
Berkshire Hathaway
The GW Biddlecome Family
City of Elkhart
Community Foundation of Elkhart County
Cornerstone CPA Group
Arthur J. Decio
Federated Media Engaged
Flavor 574
Judy Gill
Kabri Products
Keystone RV Company
Navarre Hospitality Group
Personnel Partners, Inc.
The Judy Robison Family
Welch Packaging
Paulen/Tom Families
Indiana Trust and Investment Management

Lori Snider

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