Lend a Helping Ham

Lend a Helping Ham

This Holiday season 102.9 THE HOG invites you to Lend a Helping Ham with Patrick Cudahy! These hams will be the centerpiece of holiday bins that will be delivered to local families in need by Hunger Task Force!

Here are some ways you can Lend a Helping Ham

Donate a Ham online!
Right now you can donate a ham online at hungertaskforce.org … and SVA will match it!


Buy some Patrick Cudahy deli meats!
During the period of November 1 through December 31, Patrick Cudahy will match the purchase price (excluding tax) of any Patrick Cudahy deli purchase at Pick ‘n Save and Copps retail stores with a monetary donation to Hunger Task Force. Maximum donation $5,000.


Come to our Pick ‘n Save Events!
Join 102.9 THE HOG at Pick ‘n Save and register to win awesome prizes…

• Sat, Nov 7th 2p-4p @ Pick ‘n Save – 601 Ryan Rd in Pewaukee
• Sun, Nov 15th 10a-Noon @ Pick ‘n Save – 12735 W. Capitol Dr in Brookfield
• Sun, Nov 22th 10a-Noon @ Pick ‘n Save – 6462 S. 27th St in Oak Creek
• Sat, Dec 5th 10a-Noon @ Pick ‘n Save – 301 Falls Rd in Grafton
• Sat, Dec 12th 10a-Noon @ Pick ‘n Save – 1717 N. Mayfair Road in Wauwatosa


Thanks to the Lend a Helping Ham sponsors…



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