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Free food banks and pantries in Racine County Wisconsin.

Several charities, churches, and non-profits operate free food pantries that give away groceries and household items to struggling Racine County families. The assistance can include everything from canned groceries to fresh produce, Christmas or Thanksgiving meals, household products and more. Find free food pantries near you in Racine County below. There are also soup kitchens and government benefit programs listed, as well as a phone number at the bottom of the page for more resources.

Clients of the food pantries include the unemployed, working poor, elderly, disabled, single moms and struggling households. While the agencies listed below are in Racine County, there are nearby programs too in Milwaukee. Free food giveaways, personal toiletries or hygiene supplies, infant formula, vitamins and more help families, individuals, and even the homeless. Year round programs help feed families, with seasonal, holiday, and summer snack options as well. Find help below.

Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin
They only help veterans (or their families) or active military members from 1624 Yout Street
Racine WI, 53404
Main number is (262)221-8350
For veterans or active service members. There is a “market” that serves as a client choice food pantry. Free groceries, soup, ingredients, vitamins, baby formula, ensure and more is offered. Also household items like detergent, sanitizer, toilet paper and other goods.

North Pointe United Methodist Church
Address is 3825 Erie Street
Racine WI, 53402
Phone - (262) 639-2441
Only residents of 53402 zip code can use this charity. They are part of the greater United Methodist Church organization that helps the poor, homeless and others. Read more on assistance programs from United Methodist Church.

 

 

 

We Care Community Center
1300 Douglas Avenue
Racine, Wisconsin 53402
Phone - (612)919-8754
Items provided by the food bank include non perishable food staples as well as canned groceries. There may also be meat, dairy, vegetables, bakery, fresh produce and paper products like bathroom tissue.

Fellowship Of Christian Believers
Location is 703 Washington Ave.
Racine, WI 53403
Dial (262)412-6922 for hours.

Faithworks Food Pantry
Main address is 2915 Wright Avenue
Racine, Wisconsin 53405
(262)637-5671
Donations and volunteers keep the emergency food bank operating. Find items such as Boxed or Canned Juices, Tuna, Ham, Chicken, a bag of groceries, and other goods for the low income or families in a crisis.

Lakeview Church Of Christ
3224 Wright Avenue
Racine, Wisconsin 53405
(262)633-9200
A year round pantry is open. Also get holiday help such as free Ester, Thanksgiving, or Christmas food baskets. Turkey dinners, ham, small Christmas gifts and more is offered. There is also clothing, such as hats or gloves, for the homeless and struggling Racine County household.

 

 

 

 

Racine County Food Bank
Address is 2000 DeKoven Ave.
Racine, Wisconsin 53403
Main Phone (262) 632-2307
The non-profit gives referrals, has application to benefits such as SNAP food stamps or expedited food stamps, and gives out boxes or bags of groceries. They advocate with churches and charities to help feed children, the food insecure and elderly in the community.

St Vincent de Paul Society of Racine County
Main address is 926 Lasalle Street
Racine Wisconsin, 53404
Dial (262) 633-6467
Various churches and parishes have everything from financial aid for bills to food, Back Pack snack programs for kids, Summer meals, and more.

Holy Communion Lutheran Church
2000 West 6th Street
Racine WI, 53405
Telephone: (262) 632-8802

First Presbyterian Church
716 College Avenue
Racine WI, 53403
Dial the pantry at (262) 632-1686 for appointments
Get non perishable, bread, meat, produce, eggs and other goods.

Midtown Church Of Christ
1705 13th Street
Racine WI, 53403
Main number is (262) 637-9060

St Patrick Soup Kitchen Meal Program
Location is 1100 Erie Street
Racine, Wi 53403
(262)632-8808
Free hot breakfast, lunch, or dinners are offered. There may also be bag lunches, holiday meals, and blankets or hygiene supplies for the homeless.

Community United Methodist Church
Food pantry address is 455 South Jefferson Street
Waterford, Wisconsin 53185
Phone: (262)534-2313

 

 

 

 

Union Grove Baptist Church
Location is 417 15th Avenue
Union Grove, Wisconsin 53182
(262)878-1264

Salvation Army in Racine County
1901 Washington Avenue
Racine WI, 53403
(262)632-3147
A wide range of assistance programs are offered. A client choice food pantry and soup kitchen are only two. Also get free vouchers or gift cards, emergency rent or utility bill help, Christmas meals and gift and more. They help feed single moms, offer Meals on Wheels, and give out groceries and other free stuff. Continue on Racine County Salvation Army financial assistance.

Saint Louis Catholic Church
Location is 13207 County Road G
Caledonia Wisconsin, 53108
(262)835-4533
Based on resources, up to two boxes of free food with groceries are given to clients. Perishable items, frozen food, and other goods are offered.

Find more free food in Racine County near you

Other emergency food pantries, government assistance programs, and resources are in Racine County. Call 414.931.7400 for details. Get everything from groceries to applications to free school lunch programs from the USDA, SNAP food stamps, Meals on Wheels for the disabled/elderly and other programs.

By Jon McNamara

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