Donations to Feed Evansville Will Double Thanks to William E. Schmidt Foundation

Feed Evansville is asking anyone who is able to donate. Now through May 14th, your money will double thanks to the William E. Schmidt Foundation.

Posted: Apr 27, 2021 9:50 AM

The William E. Schmidt Foundation is stepping up in a big way to help Feed Evansville. The foundation will be matching up to $25,000 in donations to go toward Feed Evansville's mission.

Bill Schmidt passed away in 2014 from Parkinson's Disease. Since his death, Bill's love and commitment to charitable organizations continues through the non-profit.

Feed Evansville took to Facebook asking anyone who is able to donate at HealthyEvv.com. Between now and May 14th, your donation will double thanks to the Schmidt Foundation's ongoing support of charities in the Evansville area.

Over the past year, Feed Evansville has helped families in need put food on the table. Any dollar amount will help to make a difference in the lives of many who depend on the group every week.

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