Community Lunch Hour

Aug 12, 2021 | News & Events

New lunch and learn series – Community Lunch Hour

The Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin is kicking off a new lunch and learn series called Community Lunch Hour. This event is a way for the Foundation to offer the entire community opportunities to explore and learn more about various community topics while connecting with others. Attendees will also be provided ways they can get involved and help make a difference. Topics will change on a monthly basis.

The event is free. There will be an option to purchase lunch for $10 which will be provided to by local businesses, eateries, and restaurants.

Join us on Zoom October 26 from noon – 1 pm

In October, we are partnering with St. Michael’s Hospital Foundation and the Women’s Fund of Portage County to learn more about breast cancer awareness. The St. Michael’s Breast Care Center opened in late 2018 and provides personalized care essential for those navigating the difficult journey of breast cancer. We will be speaking to Breast Care Center employees to learn more about aspects of the Breast Care Center that make it unique and essential for our community. The Women’s Fund of Portage County will share their reasoning for supporting the Breast Care Center with a $50,000 gift to their campaign. .

Lunch Option
October lunch option yet to be determined. If you would like to suggest a local restaurant for an upcoming event, please email Jessica Hoerter at

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