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Sponsors give financial support and participate in the direction, fiscal planning, programming, witness and voice of the organization. Sponsors are represented on the Board, which also includes members of organizations supporting the mission of the Center.


Tom Nelson

Sheila Fitzgerald, OP
Sinsinawa Dominicans
Vice Chair

Roger Williams
Harvest of Hope Fund 

Trudi Jenny
Pax Christi Madison

Mary Hasheider
Wisconsin Conference
United Methodist Church

Monica Hill 
Sustainable Agriculture Advocate

Richard Keller 
Wisconsin Farmers Union

The Rev. Bernard Rott 
Catholic Diocese of Madison 

Jay Salinas
Wormfarm Institute

Christin Tomy, OP
Sinsinawa Dominicans

Rev. Nick Utphall
Advent Lutheran
Madison Christian Community


Organizations that have provided support to further the mission of 
Food, Faith and Farming Network:

Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters
Presentation Sisters of Dubuque, Iowa
Catholic Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin

Additional support comes from numerous individual donors who support the Network's mission.

Organizations that have provided grants for Winter Farmers' Markets and Meals for Hope:

Farmers Union Industries Foundation 
Blooming Prairie Foundation 
The Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration
First United Methodist Church - Madison 

Food, Faith and Farming Network
Tom Nelson

St. James Church
427 South Main Street
Verona, Wisconsin

Postal mail address: 
Food, Faith and Farming Network
P.O. Box 203
Monticello, WI 53570-0203

Markets and Meals for Hope

Madison Area:
Luke Lippert

Milwaukee Area:
Linda Sheridan

Food, Faith and Farming Network is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. 
Donations may be sent to:
Food, Faith and Farming Network, P.O. Box 203, Monticello, WI 53570-0203