Annual National Service Project

30 days. 50,000 meals. Carroll's Annual National Service Project, April 1–30, 2019, continues the legacy of service so important to our mission. We appreciate the generosity of our alumni who become involved by reaching out, giving back, and helping hungry people in communities across the United States. By reporting your participation, you demonstrate the significance of our mission, and how the power of one Pioneer, multiplied many times over, is instrumental in creating positive change.

A male volunteer packing food in the Carroll University Campus Center in support of the National Service Project
cans of non-perishable food

Donation Options

More than 46 million Americans, or one in seven of us, don't get enough food. By joining with other Carroll alumni and friends in support of our National Service Project, you truly have the power to make an impact.  

Students sorting food during food drive

Donate Food Where It's Most Convenient for You

Donate at your local Feeding America site, a neighborhood food pantry, church or food collection site or at the following Carroll University campus locations:

Students and alumni sorting food at Carroll University event

Support our 2019 #GiveHealthy Drive for Feeding America

Shop and donate meals to help families with just one click through our 2019 #GIVEHEALTHY Drive for Feeding America. Donate through this link!

Carroll alumni sorting food at Feeding America facility

Text to Give

Text "PIONEERS" to 41444 to donate directly to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin or give online through this link.

Students boxing food in the Carroll University Campus Center

How Will We Know If We Reached Our Goal?

Report Back!

How will we know if we reach our goal of participation in all 50 states? Tell us you've donated through our online Response Form and we'll add it up! Reporting your donation shows how Carroll alumni continue to make a difference through service to their communities.

Online Donation Response Form
You can also respond via email or by calling the Office of Alumni Engagement at 262.524.7237

Carroll student volunteers

Volunteer Opportunities

Please join Carroll alumni and friends to sort food donations. Wear your Carroll gear and join in the fun.

MiILWAUKEE FEEDING AMERICA FOOD SORTING: APRIL 12 AND APRIL 27

CARROLL CAMPUS FOOD SORTING: APRIL 25

Interested in volunteering at a food pantry in your neighborhood? Check with Feeding America to find a local opportunity.

Full Hearts. Filling Plates Across the Nation. 

Fulfilling Our Mission.

Over the past eight years, Carroll alumni have put over 319,000 meals on the tables of hungry people by donating food and money to those in need. Whether you live near or far, it's easy to join in. All it takes is a bag of food or the click of a mouse to fill a plate, fill your heart and help us fulfill our mission of service.

Participating States

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Our 2019 Alumni Champions

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Alabama
Philo A. Hutcheson '73

Alaska
Rick '01 and Kourtney (Wadell) ’02 Peterson

Arizona
Julie Goldammer ’90
Gabriel Viveros-Goldammer '16

Arkansas
Carol (Schindel) Knipscheer '73
Dotty (White) Rector '58


California
Dean Parker '85

Colorado
Cynthia Rold '83

Florida
Dale '71 and Jan (Anscheutz) ’70 Kuntz

Georgia
Cindy (Mitchell) Mayoras '09

Hawaii
Linda (Rubeling) Ristow '78

Illinois
Nidia Diaz '09
Alicia (Gittens) McCareins '72
Sandy Wegner-Richards '79


Indiana
Rick Beebe '66 Sally (Zvesper) Bell '79
Debbie (Stuart) Everett '73
Scott Goplin '78

Iowa
Charles Barland '90
Doug Cumming '85
Chris (Chambers) Fredrickson '68


Kansas
Rochelle Hass '18

Kentucky
President Cindy and John Gnadinger

Maryland & Washington D.C.
Griselda Macias ’08

Massachusetts
Kelly Drescher Johnson '00

Michigan
John Shabushnig '77

Minnesota
Kim (Kopaczewski) Wall '00

Missouri
Mark Eul '79

Nebraska
Tara (Krock) Brtek '89
Mary Jo Carnot '85


Nevada
Deborah Kuhls '73

New Mexico
Trudy Bollmann '80
Kitty (Kokke) Wood '74


New York
Cedric King ’03

North Carolina
John '68 & Arlene Christiansen

North Dakota
Katey (Selkowe) Kline '99

Ohio
David Krings '71
Kathy Wolfgram '76


Oklahoma
Gary Prochaska '73

Oregon
Diane (White) Peterson ’75

Rhode Island
Bryan '11 and Jamie (Larsen) '12 Pries

South Carolina
Judy Gritzmacher '70

South Dakota
Geoffrey Grant '64

Tennessee
Todd Liebergen '90
Peggy (Little) Raney '70


Texas
Kevin Buehler '79
Kelli Raymond '05
Isabella Ruggiero '18
Jim Schneider '74


Utah
Samantha Mannisto '15

Virginia
Gary Chiaverotti ’72

Wisconsin
David Earleywine '16

Give Back and Get involved

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