Sheboygan County emergency food pantries.

Based on donations from the community, Sheboygan County food banks provide assistance to struggling families. The amount of resources available is limited. Unfortunately not everyone will qualify. When possible, the pantries will offer free food that is acquired through donations. In some cases the non-profits are also involved in holding canned collection drives or the direct purchase of surplus goods from the community.

Any assistance is available for short term needs only. If someone is facing longer term challenges, or living in poverty, then referrals may be given to benefits such as SNAP food stamps. Any type of long term support from the pantries or another agency will also incorporate case management. All of this is brought together in an effort to break a cycle of poverty or hunger.

When contacting a pantry, if one is not convenient to where someone lives, then referrals may be given to alternative locations. The hours of the Sheboygan Wisconsin sites are also limited.

Safe Harbor of Sheboygan County
Main address - 929 Niagara Ave
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081
For hours of the food bank, dial (920) 452-7640
They only help victims of domestic abuse or assault. Food is combined with shelter and support groups. Other services range from hot meals to advocacy, legal aid, and referrals to ensure the women and child are safe.

Salvation Army – Sheboygan
Address of the pantry and corp center is 710 Pennsylvania Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081-4699
(920) 458-3723
A food pantry is on site. Other social services are run too. The exact amount of food provided depends on income, the number of people in the household, and other factors. A thrift store may also have gently used clothing. They also serve Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, and may offer job placement services too.

St. Mark Lutheran Church Food Pantry
Location is 1019 N 7th Street
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081
(920) 458-4343
The charities food pantry is in the basement. Everything from rice to soup and more is offered. There may also be personal hygiene items (soup, shampoo) or household cleaning supplies.

 

 

 

St. Peter Claver Parish
Location is 1444 S 11th Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Call (920) 457-9408

St. Luke United Methodist Church
Main address is 623 Ontario Ave
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Dial the food bank at (920) 458-3461

Wesley United Methodist Church
Location is 823 Union Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Dial (920) 458-4889
The site has an emergency food pantry for those that make an appointment. A monthly dinner service is also offered.

Sheboygan Food Pantry
Main address is 1946 N 15th Street
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081
Main phone: (920) 452-4737
This is a countywide site. Groceries are combined with perishable items such as fruits. Clients range from senior citizens to the unemployed or working poor.

Working Families Bread Basket - Sheboygan Christian High School
Main location is 929 Greenfield Avenue
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081
Phone - (920) 458-8482
They operate a free food pantry for working families. The client needs an income and job to use this service.

Northside Christian Food Pantry
Location is 2133 N 22nd Street
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081
(920) 458-7070

 

 

 

 

Calvary Lutheran Church
Address is 2132 N 27th Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Telephone number is (920) 458-4822

St. John's Ucc
Location is 1248 Lincoln Ave
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081
Dial (920) 452-5296
Assistance is available for the distribution of food in a crisis. There may also be holiday meal baskets or even school supplies or snacks for students.

St. Vincent De Paul Society of Sheboygan
Main address is 4215 State Highway 42 North
Sheboygan, WI 53083
(920) 457-4844
A thrift store for furniture and clothing is on site, as well as Christmas gifts. The church may also pass out free groceries and help people apply for SNAP food stamps.

Plymouth Food Pantry, Inc.
Main address is 2225 Eastern Avenue
Plymouth, Wisconsin 53073
(920) 893-2989

Random Lake Interfaith
310 Center Street
Adell, WI 53001
Telephone - (920) 447-2293

For additional food banks in the Sheboygan area, dial 414.931.7400. Low to moderate income families can also be referred to federal and state programs. Or the homebound can sign up for Meals on Wheels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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