We offer a wide range of programs and services to meet the needs of the under served in Walworth County.
We welcome our clients in a cheerful, non judgmental atmosphere. After signing in, our guests are given the opportunity to select an abundant amount of produce, breads, buns, baked goods and miscellaneous items. Toiletries are provided as available. Grocery items are prepackaged in brown shopping bags and dairy, meats, poultry, and fish (if selected) are loaded into each client's car by one of our volunteers. There are often cakes and pies available for families to select as well.
UW Extension Service conducts Food Wise Classes on a monthly basis in our lunchroom, offering valuable tips on nutrition, food safety and more.
We participate in the Hunger Task Force Senior Stock Box program.
Senior Citizens over the age of 60 with an income level at or below 135% of the poverty level receive and additional box of food each month to help them manage on their limited income.
These boxes are in addition to their regular food distribution from the pantry and are also loaded directly into their cars by our volunteers.
Pets are Family Too!
Thanks to our partner, PetCo, we are able to provide cat food and dog food to those families with pets!
Is money tight? Feeding Wisconsin and its member food banks can help you apply for FoodShare and answer any questions you have! FoodShare Wisconsin and the QUEST Card can help you through rough patches by providing money for groceries until you get back on your feet. The QUEST Card is accepted at most grocery stores in Wisconsin.