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Door County’s Tourism Industry Collecting Food and Youth Outerwear

Door County’s tourism industry is coming together to help bundle up and feed Door County. Locations throughout Door County are collecting new or gently used youth coats, hats, mittens, snow pants, and boots along with nonperishables to help fill local pantries. The campaign runs from November 2, 2020 to December 2, 2020. All items donated locally will stay in Door County and be distributed throughout the county.

The Wisconsin Department of Tourism celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the “Big Bundle Up” donation campaign this year. Door County has participated since the inception of the campaign.  Last winter Door County donated 929 winter clothing items to local organizations.

Co-organizer, Cambria Mueller, community advocacy manager at Destination Door County expressed the need for the twist on the campaign this year. “With COVID-19 we wanted to really focus on youth items and stress the need for new items,” said Mueller. “We also saw the need for food in our community and really hope to give back to the pantries that are keeping bellies full across the county,” she said.

Eight different tourism organizations in Door County have committed to participate in this year’s “Big Bundle Up and Feed Door County” youth outerwear and food drive. Those organizations include Destination Door County, Baileys Harbor Community Association, Destination Sturgeon Bay, Door County North, Egg Harbor Business Association, Ephraim Business Council, Fish Creek Civic Association, and Sister Bay Advancement Association. Donations can also be given directly to local pantries.

A container will be located at participating locations for donors to drop off new or gently used youth outerwear or nonperishables. When the drive concludes in December, items will be distributed back to Door County residents through local charity partners. Destination Door County will have a hat and mitten tree in their lobby that can be accessed 24/7 for those to take what they need.

Details for each drop off location are as follows:


Destination Door County

Location: 1015 Green Bay Road, Sturgeon Bay

Hours: 24/7 in the Welcome Center Lobby


Baileys Harbor Community Association

Location: Baileys 57, 7998 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor

Hours: Daily 9 AM – 7 PM (Nonperishable collection only)


Destination Sturgeon Bay

Location: 36 S. Third Avenue, Sturgeon Bay

Hours: 24/7 in the Visitor Center entrance area


Nicolet National Bank

236 N 4th Avenue AND 34 W Maple Street, Sturgeon Bay

Monday – Friday 8:30 AM - 5 PM, Saturday 8:30 AM – 12 PM


Egg Harbor Business Association

Location: Main Street Market, 7770 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor

Hours: Daily 8 AM – 6 PM


Location: Nicolet National Bank, 7842 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9 AM – 4 PM; Friday 9 AM – 5 PM


Sister Bay Advancement Association

Location: Nicolet National Bank, 2477 S Bay Shore Drive, Sister Bay

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9 AM – 4 PM; Friday 9 AM – 5 PM


You can donate directly to the pantry at:


Koinonia Kupboard at First Baptist Church

2622 S Bayshore Drive, Sister Bay

Hours to drop off: Tue 9 AM - 3 PM & Thu 9 AM - 12 PM


Door of Life Food Pantry

2731 Hwy 42, Sister Bay

Hours to drop off: 24/7


Stella Maris CARE 24/7 Food Pantry

4019 State Hwy 42, Fish Creek

Hours to drop off: 24/7


Lakeshore CAP Food Pantry

131 S 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Bay

Hours to drop off: Tue & Thu 11 AM - 4 PM


Feed and Clothe My People

204 North 14th Ave, Sturgeon Bay

Hours to drop off: M 2 PM - 6 PM,

T,TH,F 10 AM - 2 PM


Holy Name of Mary Food Pantry

7491 County Rd H, Sturgeon Bay

Hours to drop off: call 920.495.5055


Washington Island CHP Food Pantry

1763 Town Line Rd, Washington Island

Hours to drop off: call 920.535.3035


Shepherd of the Bay

11836 Hwy 42, Ellison Bay

Hours to drop off: 7 AM - 9 PM


Questions about the campaign can be directed to Jen Rogers or Cambria Mueller at Destination Door County, 920.743.4456 or



A Christmas tree.

Click on the image for a downloadable image of Destination Door County's Hat and Mitten Tree

Click on the image for a downloadable poster for the campaign