Bucket Benefit Program

Be a Good Human!

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Bucket of Bread LLC is dedicated to helping combat hunger for those less fortunate. The Bucket Benefit Program allows consumers to add a bucket to their purchase as a donation.  Bucket of Bread delivers offered donations to support structures within communities:


  • Physical donations for kitchens that provide food to those in need.


  • Physical donations to food pantries that accept food as donations.


  • ​Through dedicated profit sharing (AT LEAST 10% of any company profits from the previous tax year are used to support various non-profits who aim to combat hunger).

The support organization to receive donations is chosen at the sole discretion of Bucket of Bread LLC and all donations are to be published on the Bucket of Bread website at the very least annually. 

It Starts with Your Kindness:

You may add a donated bucket when ordering your own delicious dough mix, order a one-time donation, or join BoB's club for a monthly gift.  It all starts with you.

Strength in Numbers
The Power of Collaboration... Because of your kindness and the generosity of others all sending buckets, BoB is in the position to use collected offerings to increase the impact in various communities.  The more people who participate means the greater the good.

Sharing Your Compassion

BoB selects from various organizations and sanctioned community efforts having a mission to help stave off food insecurity and combat the ugliness of hunger in America.  Whether through selected volunteers or active BoB owner participation, the gifts of high-quality food are distributed to and sometimes even baked on location for those in need.  

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For the Near Future

  • Grow BoB into a product with supporters and fans of the products who are passionate about creating high quality delicious possibilities found in every bucket.

  • ​​Use a strength in numbers approach to generate donated buckets and funds for an impactful use within communities and provide some comfort to those less fortunate than others through delivering donated buckets to organizations and actively participate in these types of kitchens as a volunteer to deliver a large quantity of fresh nutritious foods.

$9,000 Raised for LOCAL Pantries!

Jul 30, 2021



THANK YOU TO ALL WHO DONATED! Bucket of Bread received notification we had just over 2,900 items donated to the Thrivent Cans Hunger Drive. When you factor in cash donations, Bucket of Bread donations, and include the donors who declined filling out the tally sheet, we met or surpassed 3,000 individual items donated to the pantries. This means, Thrivent started the paperwork to gift each pantry with $3,000. This is a total of $9,000 going back into the community to fight food insecurities!

Mega Food Drive: Thrivent "Cans" Hunger

Jul 27, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM


The Thrivent Member Network – South Wisconsin is partnering with Bucket of Bread, From the Heart Food Pantry, Onalaska Emergency Food Basket, and WAFER to organize a summer generosity event called Thrivent Cans Hunger. During this three hour event, the Thrivent Member Network – South Wisconsin will donate $3 for every non-perishable food and personal care item collected up to $9,000. Join us on Tuesday, July 27 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Bridgeview Plaza (2400 Rose St, La Crosse) to help stock food pantry shelves and meet our Thrivent Can’s Hunger goal of collecting 3,000 items! Thrivent Cans Hunger will be held as a drive through event. Visitors will remain in their vehicle and drive through stations where volunteers will receive their donations, collect donor information and hand out thank you gifts (from Bucket of Bread). According to Feeding America, “Due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 42 million people may experience food insecurity, including a potential 13 million children. Many households that experience food insecurity do not qualify for federal nutrition programs and visit their local food banks and other food programs for extra support.”