A community Competition to End Hunger

Thanks to everyone for participating in the 7th annual Canstruction® Madison!

This year’s theme was “Can Film Festival”, and structures were based on themes such as the Oscars, the Red Carpet, movie theaters, and movies such as The Titanic, Beauty and the Beast and Twister. Over 35,000 cans were collected for the MOM Food Pantry, as well as nearly $30,000 in support.

Top items used for the build were:

Tuna – almost 7,000 cans
Corn – 3478 cans
Meals in a Can – 3385
Black beans – 2813
Tomatoes – 2768
Green beans – 1794
Chili – 1068
Ranch beans – 1024
Baked Beans – 1000

Read more about this year’s winners.

About Canstruction Madison

Canstruction® is a community competition to end hunger. Teams build incredible, highly imaginative structures out of canned goods and packaged food they have either purchased or collected. Upon completion of the event, the food is donated to MOM’s Food Pantry

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