non-profit, faith-community sponsored charity organization
ECHO has grown from being a food pantry and clothing depot to being a charity organization called upon to help meet temporary housing, food, transportation and other emergency needs for low-income families. Our services include:
- Food Pantry – providing food, including commodities
- Janesville Farmer’s Market Vouchers
- Senior “Stockbox” Program
- Bread & other Food provided to breakfast clubs, agencies,etc.
- Emergency Rent Assistance
- Emergency Lodging
- Cleaning & Personal Supplies
- Diapers & Baby Food
- Gas & Bus Vouchers – out of funding
- Humane Society Pet Pantry
11:00 AM / 02:00 PM Parker High School (608) 754-5333
Lunch and Fundraiser to support ECHO, fighting to end hunger in Janesville w/handmade soups from restaurants along w/artisan breads.
- Soup, Bread, Beverage, and Dessert Only: $8 ($10 at the Door)
- Soup, Bread, Beverage, Dessert and Hand Thrown Bowl: $13 ($15 at the Door )
- Soup, Bread, Beverage, Dessert, Hand Thrown Bowl, and Reserved Seating with Servers: $35
ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: ECHO: 65 South High Street, Janesville
- For more Info call: ECHO at (608) 754-5333
Soups from these Participating Locations
Barkley's, Best Events, Big Foot Country Club, Blackhawk Technical College, Bon Ton Bakery, Buckhorn Supper Club, Charlie's Place, Chef Stan Arnold, Citrus Cafe, Dean/St. Mary's. Eagle Inn, ECHO, The Edgewater, GR Sandwich Shoppe, Kerry Ingredients, Lake House Inn, Lois Carlson, Lucy's Loon Lake, Luke's Deli, Mac's Pizza Shack, MacFarlane Pheasant, Mercy Hospital, My Apartment, Panera Bread, Park City Restaurant, Quaker Steak & Lube, Red Robin, Skip's Friendly Village, Sneakers, South Padre Street Food, Steve's Deli Dog House, Texas Roadhouse, Time Out Pub & Eatery, Trading Spaces
ECHO stands for Everyone Cooperating to Help Others
ECHO seeks to help people help themselves through its programs and services, not readily available through other sources, and to assist them in utilizing other existing services and programs in the community. It does not impose any theological or political value system upon those served. It exists through the generosity of others in the community. Congregations help us, so do many individuals, businesses, school and community groups, foundations, and social service agencies. Requests for assistance may be made at the ECHO Office.