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COVID-19 RESOURCE GUIDE

 

Federal / State Resources

 

COVID-19 Testing
  • Testing is free of charge at the sites listed below- and no appointment is needed

     Midtown Center, 5825 West Hope Avenue

           11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, closed Sunday

           UMOS, 2701 South Chase Avenue

           11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, closed Sunday

  • Milwaukee Health Services, Inc. is offering COVID-19 testing by appointment for members of the community who are uninsured or do not have a primary care physician.

  • Testing is being provided at the two locations:

          ​​​MLK Heritage Health Center, 2555 N. Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Drive

          Isaac Coggs Heritage Health Center, 8200 W. Silver Spring Drive

  • Testing is by appointment only, and residents wanting to schedule a visit or ask questions should call 414-372-8080.

Medical
 
Filing for Unemployment: 

Note that for the best practices, please have individuals fill out the online form. Contact via phone is extremely difficult.

The following are needed to complete the application:  

  • A username and password for filing online

  • A valid email or mobile number

  • Your social security number

  • Your Wisconsin driver license or identification number

  • Your work history for the last 18 months:

  • Employers' business names

  • Employers' addresses (including zip code)

  • Employers' phone number

  • First and last dates of work with each employer

  • Reason no longer working with each employer

  • If not a U.S. citizen, your alien registration number, document number and expiration date

  • Form DD-214 (Member 4 copy), if you served in the military in the last 18 months

  • Form SF-50 or SF-8, if you are a federal civilian employee

  • If you are a union member, the name and local number of your union hall

  • Your current address. You need a valid mailing address to receive important documents about your claim. Make sure you have notified your post office of any recent changes to your address.

Food Share, Badger Care (T-19) Childcare 
  • Wisconsin ACCESS connects you with help getting health care coverage, paying for groceries or child care costs.  Application and required eligibility reviews can be completed on-line at https://access.wisconsin.gov/access/  

  • Website support: 800-362-3002 

  • Applications can be completed at the MilES Call Center, which can be reached at 888-947-6583 or 711 (TTY), will also be open during the regular hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

  • Please bear with them as there may be longer than usual wait times during the closure.


Housing

Applicants may be eligible if they are an adult Wisconsin resident with a household income at or below 80% of the county median income in the month of or prior to the application date.

More information will be provided as the initiative is launched,

 
Employment Opportunities
  • Amazon

    • Amazon says it is hiring 700 new employees in Wisconsin to help fill and deliver orders. Click here to apply.

  • Kroger

    • Kroger, the parent company of Roundy's, Pick N Save & Metro Market says it will hire 10,000 new employees nationwide to help clean stores and restock shelves. Click here to apply.

    • The Kroger Family of Companies announced Saturday (March 21) it will provide a one-time bonus to every hourly frontline grocery, supply chain, manufacturing and customer service associate, amounting to $300 for every full-time associate and $150 for every part-time associate.

  • Walmart

    • In response to strong demand in stores, Walmart is hiring 150,000 new associates through the end of May. In Wisconsin, Walmart plans to hire more than 4,200 associates to work in stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers. Click here to apply.

  • Kwik Trip

    • Kwik Trip is looking to hire at least 2,000 workers as quickly as it can to help in stores. To apply for a job at Kwik Trip, or for more information regarding online job fairs, please go to kwiktrip.jobs.

Activities
  • Entrance fees are being waived at Wisconsin state parks. They ask people not gather in groups larger than 10, restrooms, self-registration stations or electronic kiosks. They also ask that patrons maintain six feet of distance from others while on trails

Bills
  • AT&T is waiving fees for customers who exceed data and voice limits.

  • Spectrum is offering free Wi-Fi -Schools across the nation have closed because of COVID-19, but there’s still opportunities to learn. With many teachers turning to virtual classrooms, Spectrum is stepping up to help. Spectrum is offering households with student free Wi-Fi for 60 days. To sign up call 1-844-488-8395.

  • We Energies says it will not disconnect service for customers "until further notice."

    • Customers having difficulty paying their bills should contact WE Energies to work out a plan.

 


 

Milwaukee County Resources


Emergency Food and Meal Site Updates

Please let those you refer to meal sites that meals served there are being offered to go/carry out at this time.  Here is a snapshot of current emergency food assistance resources:

  • An interactive map confirmed by Hunger Task Force of locations providing emergency food to children and adults

  • The Gathering is still providing food but has shifted to bag lunches/pre-packaged meals

  • St. Ben's is still providing food with an evening meal Sun - Fri but limited to the first 50 arrivals.  They have closed the clothing bank at the House of Peace and stopped accepting donations at both sites. The Emergency Food Pantry at the House of Peace is a curbside service, limiting the people in the building

  • St. Vincent de Paul (two locations, south side and north side) are both distributing pre-packaged meals

  • McCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary's "Doorway Ministry" has suspended Friday night dinner but is distributing bag lunches Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

  • Friedens food pantry locations appear to still be open, some limitations apply

  • Open Door Cafe is temporarily closed for hot lunch, but continues to distribute bag lunches

  • 211 search of resources - use their database for query by need (food, clothing, etc.) and location.  

    • If you are in the database and changing program operations in the future in response to COVID-19, please email changes to: covid19updates@impactinc.org .  If you have any questions or concerns, you may reach IMPACT Resource Department staff at (414) 302-6621.

  • The Tandem Restaurant of Milwaukee on the North side will be giving out free meals. They also will deliver these meals if needed.  Tandem Restaurant is located at 1848 W Fond du Lac avenue.  Their phone number is 414-326-7882. Free meals will be served from 11-4 every day.

 

Food Pantries (By Zipcode)
  • 53204

    • Milwaukee Christian Center-Pantry and Stock box

      • 807 S 14th St.

      • M-R 1p-3p

      • Stockbox T/R 9-noon

      • Has formula

    • Friedens Community Ministries at Hope House

      • 209 W. Orchard St.

      • T/R 12:30p-2:30p

      • Sat 10a-noon

      • Has formula

    • Siggenauk Center Pantry

      • 1050 W. Lapham Blvd

      • R 1p-3p; F 10a-noon

    • Oasis Senior Center-Stock Box

      • 2414 W. Mitchell St.

      • April 22nd 10:30a-11:30a

  • 53205

    • House of Peace

      • 1702 W. Walnut

      • M-F 1p-3p

      • Has Formula

      • Requires ID

    • Salvation Army West

      • 1645 N 25th St.

      • T, W, R

      • 10a-noon and 1p-3p

    • Monumental Missionary Baptist Church

      • 2407 W. North Ave.

      • 1st/3rd Wednesday: 5:00PM - 7:00PM; 2nd/4th Saturday: 11:00AM - 1:00PM

  • 53206

    • COA Goldin

      • 2320 W. Burleigh St.

      • Monday: 10:00AM - 1:00PM; Wednesday: 3:00PM - 6:00PM; Saturday: 9:00AM - 1:00PM

  • 53207

    • Bay View Community Center

      • 1320 E. Oklahoma Ave

      • T 4p-6p; W/F 2:30p-5:15p

    • UMOS

      • 2701 S. Chase

      • M-F 1p-4p

    • Beulah Briton Senior Center-Stockbox

      • 2555 S. Bay St.

      • Wednesday April 5

      • 12:30p-1:30p

  • 53208

    • United Methodist Children’s Services

      • 3940 W. Lisbon Ave

      • M/W 12p-4p

      • Has Formula

    • Hmong American Friendship Association

      • 3824 W. Vliet St

      • M 10a-noon; F 1p-3p

    • Washington Park-Stockbox

      • 4420 S. Vliet St

      • Tuesday April 7, 9:30a-10:30a

  • 53209

    • Eastbrook Church

      • 5385 N. Green Bay Ave.

      • M 6:30p-8:30p; Sat 9:30a-11:30a

    • Salvation Army Citadel

      • 4129 W. Villard

      • F 10a-3p

    • Great Faith Progressive Missionary Baptist

      • 4767 N. Hopkins St.

      • W 11a-1p; Sat 9a-11a

  • 53210

    • Jewish Community Center

      • 2930 W. Center St.

      • R 9a-noon

  • 53211- None

  • ​53212

    • Ebenezer COGIC

      • 3132 N. MLK Dr.

      • W 2p-4p; R 2p-5:30p

      • Has Formula

    • Riverwest at St. Casimir

      • 924 E. Clarke St.

      • T 4:30p-6:30p; Sat 8:30a-10:30a

      • Has Formula

    • Northcott Neighborhood House

      • 2460 N. 6th St.

      • M-F 10a-2p

    • Clinton Rose Senior Center-Stockbox

      • 3045 N. Dr. MLK Dr.

      • Thursday, April 9, 11a-noon

  • 53213

    • Tosa Community Food Pantry

      • 7474 Harwood Ave, Wauwatosa

      • M 1p-3p; Sat 9a-11a

  • 53214

    • Mother of Perpetual Help

      • 1322 S. 117th St.

      • Wednesday: 9:00AM - 11:00AM, last Wednesday of the month: 6:00PM - 7:30PM ONLY, no morning shift; Saturday: 9:30AM - 11:30AM

    • West Allis Satellite Police Station-Stock Box

      • 6900 W. National Ave

      • Tuesday, April 14 1p-3p

  • 53215

    • Ebenezer Lutheran Church

      • W 8:30-11:30; Sat. 9a-11a

      • 1127 S. 35th

  • 53216

    • Praise Temple Food Pantry

      • 6103 W. Capitol Dr.

      • T 10a-12p

  • 53217- None

  • 53218

    • Salvation Army 60th

      • 5880 N. 60th St.

      • M-F 12:30p-3p

    • Silver Spring Neighborhood Center

      • 5460 N. 64th

      • M/W 11a-2p

      • Has Formula

    • Jeremiah Missionary Baptist Church

      • 4519 W. Villard

      • T/R 5p-7p

    • McGovern Park-Stockbox

      • 4500 W. Custer Ave

      • Thursday April 30, noon-1p

  • 53219

    • Mother of Perpetual Help

      • 1322 S. 117th St.

      • Wednesday: 9:00AM - 11:00AM, last Wednesday of the month: 6:00PM - 7:30PM ONLY, no morning shift; Saturday: 9:30AM - 11:30AM

    • West Allis Satellite Police Station-Stock Box

      • 6900 W. National Ave

      • Tuesday, April 14 1p-3p

  • 53220

    • Redeemer Evangelical Free Church

      • 7735 W. Howard Ave.

      • Monday: 9:00AM - 12:00PM; 2nd, 3rd, and last Saturday of the month: 8:00AM - 10:00AM

    • Greenfield Parks and Recreation (City Hall)

      • 7215 W. Cold Spring Rd.

      • Thursday, April 9

      • 1p-2p

  • 53221

    • Salvation Army Cold Spring

      • 2900 W. Coldspring Rd., Greenfield

      • T/R 10a-noon

      • Has formula

    • Wilson Park Senior Center-Stock box

      • 2601 W. Howard Ave

      • Tuesday April 21

      • 10a-11a

  • 53222- None

  • 53223

    • St. Peter Immanuel Lutheran

      • 7801 W. Acacia Rd.

      • M 1p-3p; Sat 10a-noon

    • Lois and Tom Dolan Center-Stockbox

      • 4355 W. Bradley Rd., Brown Deer

      • Thursday April 30

      • 11a-noon

    • Elk’s Lodge-Stockbox

      • 5555 W. Good Hope Rd.

      • Thursday April 23

      • 11:30a-12:30p

  • 53224

    • Salvation Army 60th

      • 5880 N. 60th St.

      • M-F 12:30p-3p

    • Friedens Community Ministries at Zion Rock

      • 10230 W. Fond du Lac Ave.

      • T 5p-7p; Sat 10a-noon

    • Church of Good Hope-Stock box

      • 8700 W. Good Hope Rd.

      • Wednesday, April 8

      • Noon-1p

  • 53225

    • Salvation Army 60th

      • 5880 N. 60th St.

      • M-F 12:30p-3p

 

Milwaukee Non-MPS Kids Grab and Go Lunch/Breakfast Sites
  • 53202

    • Catholic East Lower Campus

      • 2038 N Bartlett Ave

      • Kids Grab and Go

      • M-F, 11a-1p and 4p-5p

  • 53203

    • Wisconsin Conservatory

      • 1017 N 12th

      • Kids Grab and Go

      • M-F, 11a-1p

  • 53204

    • Prince of Peace

      • 1114 S. 25th St.

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

    • Prince of Peace

      • 1646 S. 22nd

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

    • Christ St. Peter East

      • 1204 S. 8th

      • M, W, F 11:30-Noon

    • Christ St. Peter West

      • 2229 W. Greenfield

      • M, W, F 11:30-noon

    • Don & Sallie Davis Boys and Girls Club

      • 1975 S. 24th St.

      • M-F 12p-1p and 4:15p-5:15p

  • 53206

    • Moody Park Pavallion

      • 2320 W. Burleigh

      • M-F 11a-11:30a

    • LaVarnway Boys and Girls Club

      • 2739 N. 15th St.

      • M-F; 12p-1p and 4:15p-5:15p

  • 53207

    • St. Thomas Aquinas Academy

      • 341 E. Norwich St.

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

  • 53208

    • Shining Star St. James

      • 2028 N. 60th St.

      • 11a-1p  (M-F?)

  • 53209

    • Pick & Save Parking Lot

      • 9200 N. Green Bay Rd.

      • M-F 9a-noon

    • Glen Hills Middle School

      • 2600 W. Mill Rd

      • M-F 11:30-1:30p

    • Northwest Catholic

      • 7140 N. 41st St.

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

    • Daniels-Mardak Boys and Girls Club

      • 4834 N. 35th St.

      • M-F 10:45a-11:45a and 3p-4p

  • 53210

    • St. Catherine

      • 2647 N. 51st St.

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

  • 53211

    • Shorewood H.S.

      • 1701 E. Capital Dr.

      • M-F 8a-noon

    • Catholic East Upper Campus

      • 2461 N. Murray Ave.

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

  • 53212- None

  • 53213

    • Longfellow Middle School

      • 7600 W. North Ave.

      • T-F 11:30a-12:30p

  • 53214

    • Pershing Elementary

      • 1330 S. 47th, West Milwaukee

      • M-F 8a-11a

    • Dottke H.S.

      • 7815 W. Lapham St.

      • M-F 8a-11a

    • Mary Queen of Saints

      • 1435 S. 92nd

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

  • 53215

    • Our Lady Queen of Peace

      • 2733 W. Euclid Ave.

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

    • St. Rafael the Archangel North

      • 2075 S. 32nd

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

    • St. Rafael the Archangel South

      • 2251 S 31st

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

    • El Puente HS

      • 1127 S. 35th

      • M-F

    • Rocketship Southside

      • 3003 W. Cleveland

      • 11a-noon

    • St. Joseph Academy Boys and Girls Club

      • 1600 W. Oklahoma Ave

      • M-F 10:45a-11:45a

  • 53216

    • Cyber

      • 4301 N. 44th St.

      • M, W, F 11a-12:30p

  • 53217- None

  • 53218

    • Rocketship Transformation Prep

      • 5501 N. 68th St.

      • 11a-1p

  • 53219

    • Jefferson Elementary

      • 7729 W. Becher St.

      • M-F 8a-11a

  • 53220- None

  • 53221

    • St. Charles Borromeo

      • 3100 W. Parnell Ave

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

    • St. Roman

      • 1819 W. Bolivar Ave

      • M-F 11a-1p and 4p-5p

  • 53222

    • Whitman Middle School

      • 11100 W. Center St., Wauwatosa

      • T-F 11:30a-12:30p

  • 53223

    • Novak Family Field House

      • 8200 N. 60th, Brown Deer

      • M-F, 9a-noon

    • Trinity Community Church

      • 9450 N. 60th, Brown Deer

      • M-F 9a-noon

  • 53224

    • Risen Savior Church

      • 9550 W. Brown Deer Rd.

      • M, T, R 11a-1p

 

Housing

Domestic Violence and Victim Services

 

Transportation

 

Activities
Senior Services
  • Eras Senior Network. Services Provided During COVID-19
    • Medical Appointments: Eras is still providing transportation to essential medical appointments through volunteers. If a volunteer cannot be found for an essential medical appointment, we will coordinate and pay for a cab to transport the client.

    • Grocery Delivery: Volunteers are available to grocery shop for clients and deliver food pantry stock boxes to those in need of food.

    • Phone Calls to Seniors: We are beginning to place wellness check-in calls to our clients to ensure they have what they need, and to provide a break from social isolation.

    • Grocery or Medication Delivery: Help a senior or adult with a disability receive food or medication by picking it up and delivering it to their home. Volunteers are needed to grocery shop for a client (using the client’s shopping list and form of payment) in addition to picking up online grocery orders or food pantry stock boxes.  Heather Uzowulu, Development Director, at Heather@ErasWaukesha.org or by calling (262) 522-2404.

Other
  • The Milwaukee County Library is extending due dates until May 1. Fines will not accrue until that date. Items placed on hold will be available when branches reopen

 

 

Waukesha County Resources


Financial Assistance
 
  • St.Vincent de Paul Society: Conferences provide assistance with rent, energy assistance and food pantry. Please contact St. Vincent de Paul store for the closest conference in your area at 262-547-3281.

  • Community Action Coalition:

    • 2312 N Grandview Blvd. Suite 107, Waukesha, WI 53188

    • 262-354-4017

    • Rapid Rehousing program, and resources for rent assistance. By appointment only.

  • W2 Emergency Assistance Waukesha County:

    • 892 Main st., Pewaukee, WI 53072

    • 262-695-7800

    • Provides assistance to low income families with minor children in the household. Provides assistance for rent/ mortgage or other household needs in case of emergencies.

  • Moraine Lakes Consortium:

    • Foodshare . Medical. Child Care assistance access.wi.gov or call 1-888-446-1239

  • Energy Services

    • 217 Wisconsin Ave. Waukesha, WI 53186

    • Please call to set up appointment 262-549-9666

 

Community Meals & Food Pantries
  • The Hope Center

    • 262-549-8726

    • 502 N. East Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186

    • Effective Monday, March 16th- Hope Center's day center and Clothing Shop will be closed until further notice. The leadership team plans to continue meals, but it will be a "take out meal" option.

  • Salvation Army

    • 445 Madison St. Waukesha, WI 53188

    • Phone: 262-547-7367            

    • Shelter: 262-650-3087

    • COMMUNITY MEALS: Although we will NOT be "seating" people inside for our supper at our three meals per week Community Meals Program, we WILL stage WALK-UP operations in our parking lot. We will have "hand-out," "take away," "to-go" meals available from 5:00-5:40pm on our standard Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings as which we typically serve 85-115 persons.

    • FOOD PANTRY: We will continue to have our standard Food Pantry distribution hours of Tuesday and Wednesday 1-4pm, and Friday 9am-Noon, but PATRONS WILL NEED TO COME TO THE SOCIAL SERVICES WINDOW IN THE BREAD ROOM TO RECEIVE THEIR GROCERIES (not into the Food Pantry itself. We are suspending our "choice pantry" service (in which patrons shop for their needs), and we will temporarily return to our pre-bagged food distribution. (Updated information in GREEN .. no appts are needed.)

    • BREAD ROOM: Free loaves of bread will still be available daily, but not in our standard "Bread Room." An alternative arrangement outside of the parking lot main doors will be set-up for people to pick up bread.

    • SPRING BREAK FEED THE KIDS: Will go on as intended, (as a walk-up bagged lunch program in Waukesha's Sentinel Park) during the week of what was to have been the Waukesha School District's Spring Break-- March 23rd-27th.

  • Waukesha Food Pantry

  • St. Vincent de Paul- Food Pantries

    • St. Vincent de Paul conferences, are still taking calls from their parish associated voicemail systems. Each food pantry delivery or pickup is to the discretion of the conference. Contact The St. Vincent de Paul store for the closest conference at 262-547-3281.

  • Sussex Area Outreach

    • Serving the Hamilton School District

    • Located in the Civic Center building on Main St next to the Pauline Haas library.

    • N64 W23760 Main St. Sussex, WI 53089

    • Contact at 262-246-9860

    • Food pantry hours are:

      • Monday 5:30-7pm Wednesday 1-230pm Saturday 10:00 AM-noon

    • Food will be pre-boxed and placed in the vehicle via a drive through.

    • Clients do not need to register at this time

    • Food can be picked up weekly until further notice

  • Mukwonago Food Pantry

    • 325 Eagle Lake Ave Mukwonago, WI 53149

    • Phone number 262-363-3452

    • Hours of operation:

      • Monday 11am-3pm

      • Tuesday 9 am-3pm

      • Wednesday 9am-6pm

      • Thursdays: only for those clients that are new and need to sign up. Call food pantry to schedule an appointment.

      • Procedure:

        • At arrival: call the food pantry number

        • Give your name and address to volunteer

        • All food has been pre-bagged

        • Pick up bag of food on the back door. Return cart to back door.

 
School Meals During Online Education
  • Waukesha School District

    • Curbside pick up only- follow posted instructions on school grounds Both breakfast and lunch are available for pick up

    • 12:00 – 1:00pm

    • Any family regardless of your school attendance area or grade level. Pick up locations:

      • Banting elementary

      • Bethesta elementary

      • Hadfield elementary

      • Hawthorne elementary

      • Heyer elementary

      • Lowell elementary

      • Whittier elementary

  • Pewaukee School District

    • Breakfast and lunch to kids on k-12th grades. This service will begin on Wednesday, March 18th and will run Mondays through Fridays until the return of school. Grab and go meals will be available at all locations listed below between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. each day. Families are encouraged to sign up for the service in order to plan our number of meals serve.

      • Liberty Park (School Bus)

      • Valley Forge Park (School Bus)

      • Village Park (School Bus)

      • Pewaukee High School (West Entrance)

  • Hamilton school district

    • A five-day supply of bagged lunches will be available for all district-enrolled students to purchase on Mondays from 9 - 11 a.m. during the closure. Pick up at Hamilton High School.

    • Please pull up to the cafeteria doors and remain inside your vehicle. Lunch service staff will ask for your name and the student's PIN. They will place the bag lunches in your trunk. Normal meal prices apply and will be charged to students’ accounts as follows:

      • $2.60 each for grades K-6

      • $2.95 each for grades 7-12

      • 40 cents each for students who receive reduced price lunches

      • Free for students eligible for free lunches.

    • Families are encouraged to apply for free or reduced lunch using the Campus Infinity account.

  • Oconomowoc School District

    • Free and Reduced Food Service Updates and Future Food Pick-up Dates

    • The OASD has established a plan to provide meals for all students who are in need and we have alerted food pantries to increased community need. If this is a worry for you, please contact your school social worker so we can help you access district and/or community resources.

    • Families that qualify for free or reduced lunch can pick up a full week of breakfast and lunch “Grab and Go” meals at Oconomowoc High School East Campus. Pick up dates and times are as follows:

      • Sunday, March 29: 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

      • Monday, March 30: 8:00-10:00 a.m. or 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

    • This program will continue as long as the OASD is closed and will allow families an easy food pick-up plan. District social workers will be on hand to help families through this process. If you do not have a vehicle, please contact your school social worker for delivery arrangements.

 

Shelter
  • Hebron House of Hospitality-Shelter
    • Please call Shelter at 262-549-8722 for shelter information. Siena House has extended hours of operation.
  • The Womens Center:

    • 24 hour hotline available for women experiencing domestic violence 262-542-3828

    • Operating with limited staff on-site and moving all client appointments to be via phone whenever possible and as safety allows.

 


 

Sheboygan County Resources

 

Emergency Food and Meal Site Updates

Please let those you refer to meal sites that meals served there are being offered to go/carry out at this time.  Here is a snapshot of current emergency food assistance resources:

Food Banks

  • The Sheboygan Food Pantry
    • 1946 North 15th Street Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Third full week of each month
    • 9:00am -12:00pm
    • Proof of residency is required.
    • Phone: 920-452-4737
  • St. Luke United Methodist
    • 623 Ontario Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • 920-458-3461
    • Last Thursday of each month
    • 9:00am -11:00am
  • St. Peter Claver
    • 1439 South 12th Street Sheboygan WI 53081
    • 1st & 3rd Monday of each month
    • 9:00am to 10:30am
    • Photo I.D. & proof of income are required.
    • Phone: 920-457-9408
    • Between 7:30a -3:30p only
  • North Side Christian Food Pantry
    • 2133 North 22nd Street Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Every Thursday from 12:30pm to 2:00pm
    • Contact Barb Richter or Mary Meyer at 920-458-7070 X 317
  • Working Family Breadbasket
    • Sheboygan Christian High School 929 Greenfield Avenue
    • Saturdays at 9:00am until gone
    • I.D. and current pay stub
    • Contact
  • St. Mark
    • 1019 North 7th Street Sheboygan WI 53081
    • 1st and 3rd Friday of each month
    • 9:30am -11:00am
    • Photo I.D. and Current Address
    • Phone: 920-458-4343
  • Calvary Lutheran Church
    • 2132 North 27th Street Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Phone: 920-458-4822
    • Every Thursday 9:am -12:00pm, weekly
    • Closed Holidays
    • Everyone from Sheboygan County Is welcome.
  • St. John’s UCC Food Pantry
    • 1248 Lincoln Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Photo I.D. is required
    • May use once a month
    • Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday by appointment only
      • (call Monday & Tuesday morning only between 8a -12p, prior to the Food Pantry) 10:00am -1:00pm
    • Phone: 920-458-2726
  • Mapledale Food Pantry
    • 4015 Superior Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Every Thursday from 5:00p -6:00p
    • Contact: Bob
    • Phone: 920-889-8446
  • Sheboygan Evangelical Church Food Pantry
    • 1431 St. Clair Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Every Saturday from 8:00a -12:00p
    • Contact: Rev. Wilson Ramos
    • Phone: 920-941-0327
    • I.D./Proof of residency is required.

**Meals Served

  • Emmaus Meals
    • 710 Pennsylvania Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Bag Lunch Only
  • The Salvation Army
    • Every Saturday from 11:00am to 12:30pm
    • Everyone is welcome!
  • Bethany Reformed New Day Meals
    • 1315 Washington Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Third Tuesday of each month
    • 5:00pm to 6:30pm
    • Hot meal served
    • Phone: 920-452-0051
  • St. Luke United Methodist Christ Meal
    • 623 Ontario Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • 920-458-3461
    • Second Thursday of each month
    • Soup, Sandwiches, Beverages & Desserts Served!
    • Use Ontario Ave or Niagara Ave doors.
    • 11:30am – 12:30pm
  • St. Peter Lutheran Church
    • 2104 Geele Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Community Meal
    • Phone: 920-452-4771
    • Contact: Carol Lawrence
    • Third Thursday of each month
    • 5:30pm -6:30pm
  • Wesley United Methodist Church Free Community Supper
    • 823 Union Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Snacks to share are welcomed
    • Second Friday of each month at 5:00pm
    • Phone: 920-458-4889
  • Hope Reformed Church
    • 612 Ontario Avenue Sheboygan, WI 53081
  • First Hope Community Meal
    • Second Tuesday of each month
    • 5:00pm -6:30pm
    • Phone: 920-452-5648
  • First United Lutheran Church
    • 2401 Kohler Memorial Drive Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Meal served second Sunday of month.
    • 11:30a -12:30p in Fellowship Hall
    • Contact: Deaconess Deb Ganser 920-452-2401
  • Fountain Park United Methodist Church Food & Fellowship Community Supper
    • 828 Erie Avenue Sheboygan WI 53081
    • Every 1st Sunday of the month
    • 4:30PM to 6:00PM
    • Contact Sue 920-452-1319

Other Areas

  • Sheboygan Falls Food Pantry
    • 529 Giddings Sheboygan Falls WI 53085
    • Serving Sheboygan Falls, Kohler, Oostburg, Waldo & Howards Grove
    • 2 forms of I.D. are required.
    • Bring bags
    • May use once a month
    • Every Thursday from 9:00am to 11:00am
    • Phone: 920-917-2235
  • Plymouth Food Pantry
    • 2225 Eastern Avenue Plymouth WI 53073
    • Every Tuesday 2pm -5pm
    • Every Saturday from 10am -12pm
    • Contact: Gerry
    • Phone: 920-893-5749

For Western Portion of Sheboygan County, Plymouth & Elkhart Lake School District

  • First Christian Reformed Church
    • 216 South 7th Street Oostburg WI 53070
    • Free Community Meal
    • 2nd Wednesday of every month.
    • 5:00pm – 6:00pm
    • Office: 920-564-2725
  • Random Lake Area Interfaith Food Pantry
    • Located at 310 Center Ave in Adell.
    • Open every Tuesday 9:00 -11:30 am and every 2nd Tuesday of the month from 5:00 -7:00 pm
    • Serving Random lake School District, Oostburg School District, Villages of Adell, Cedar Grove, Holland, Sherman & Scott.
    • Bring your own containers.
    • Contact: Matthew Brockmeier – 920-447-2293
  • First Reformed Food Vault
    • 905 Superior Avenue Oostburg WI 53070
    • 920-564-2319
    • Second Tuesday of each month.
    • From 6:00pm -7:30pm
    • Serving the Oostburg School District boundaries including Oostburg, Gibbsville, and Hingham.
    • Proof of residency & I.D. Required
  • Faith Reformed Food Pantry
    • 243 South 4th Street Cedar Grove WI 53015
    • 2nd Thursday of the month
    • 4:30p -6:30p
    • Phone: 920-668-6725
  • Cedar Grove Working Family Bread Basket Word of Grace Church
    • 837 Buffalo Street, Sheboygan Falls
    • 2nd and 4th Saturday of month
    • 9:00am – bring your own bags/boxes
    • ID & Current paystub
    • Good for 6 months
    • Registration live with Sheboygan – only one site per household
    • Can come every week.
    • Open to all. Contact: on Facebook

 

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Medical
  • St. Nicholas nor Aurora Memorial have resources in place for clients now.

 

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United Way Sheboygan Resources

 


 

Racine County Resources

 
Emergency Food and Meal Site Updates

 

  • Faithworks Food Pantry
    • 2915 Wright Avenue, Racine WI 53405
    • Tue: 1:00 PM – 3:00 pm
    • Thurs: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    • (Anyone can pick up for someone else as long as the client sends a letter notifying food pantry about that change along with client’s WI driver’s license or I.D. )
  • Saint Louis Church Pantry (Closed til April 3rd)

    • 13207 Highway G, Caledonia, WI 53108

    • 262-835-4533

    • Mon: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

    • Wed: 9:00 AM – 12:00 NOON

  • ​Salvation Army Food Pantry

    • 1901 Washington Avenue, Racine, WI 53404

    • 262-633-6467

    • Tue-Thurs: 9:00 AM – NOON

    • (Anyone can pick up for client but client has to call them first and let them know that someone will be coming over to get food for them) Along with client’s WI Driver’s license/I.D.)

    • Food and diapers are available (Call for appointment)

 

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Mailing Address: PO Box 070912
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