Winnebago Industries Foundation and the Minnesota Vikings Foundation are working together to provide meals to children in the Twin Cities and North Iowa this summer through the Vikings Table food truck program. Throughout the summer, the Winnebago Industries Foundation has supported the Vikings Table’s efforts to serve healthy meals to youth across the Greater Twin Cities area where children miss approximately 250,000 meals in the summer months.
“Being able to really lend a hand when it’s needed is something that is so important to our company, the Winnebago Industries Foundation and to all of our employees,” said Katy Friesz, Winnebago Industries Foundation executive director.
During the next four weeks, the Winnebago Industries Foundation and the Minnesota Vikings Foundation are partnering with North Iowa school districts and food banks to feed families in the Iowa communities where Winnebago Industries has locations, such as Charles City, Forest City, Lake Mills and Waverly.
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In addition to their help from the community, “we will have Winnebago Industries volunteers on site, safely masked and gloved and able to help hand out these meals to folks who just need a little hand up right now,” Friesz said.