Cashton non-profit breaks ground on permanent home
Cashton Cupboard and Closet serves 150 families per month
CASHTON, Wis. (WKBT) — A community service in Monroe County breaks ground on a permanent home.
The “Cashton Cupboard and Closet” is a food pantry that’s been serving the area for about five years now.
Every month the volunteer-run non-profit helps feed about 150 families. It’s all funded by donations and sales at the thrift shop.
The organization has moved three times in the past five years and they’re excited to move one last time.
“This is going to be right on the main drag of Cashton and that will make it more accessible to folks who are in need of the help. It will also help us to draw in business for our thrift store,” said Cashton Cupboard and Closet Board President Michael Klos.
The building should be done by late January or early February.