A community Competition to End Hunger

We’re rolling out the red carpet for the Can Film Festival, this year’s theme for the 7th annual Canstruction® Madison.

A community competition to end hunger, Canstruction® Madison brings the community together to build imaginative structures out of canned goods and packaged food; after the event, the building blocks are donated to the MOM Food Pantry, one of the largest pantries in Dane County.

Monday, April 24 – 6am-9pm (Build)
Tuesday, April 25– Sunday, April 30: Public Viewing and Voting (in person at West Towne Mall and on Facebook and Instagram)
Sunday, April 30, 6:30pm: Award Ceremony

Build the Yellow Brick Road

Help Dorothy get to the Emerald City, a land of hopes and dreams.  Buy a “Can of Hope”today.

Vote on Facebook

Vote on Facebook.  Votes will be counted at noon on Sunday, April 30.

Vote on Instagram

Voting on Instagram will begin on April 25.  Watch for a link!

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

Volunteer

Opportunities for Groups and Individuals.

Facebook Event

Tell us you’re coming and share the fun with your friends!