Through a combined effort between St. Joseph Food Program, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, and other community partners, the Fox Cities Food Partnership has resources to help seniors, low-income households, and children obtain the food they need. This partnership will help to ensure food is available throughout the Fox Cities during and following this COVID-19 crisis.
We are able to interview in English, Spanish, Hmong, and ASL (through Zoom).
During COVID-19 Safer at Home, reserving ahead is appreciated, but not required. We will have pre-packed bags available for no-contact pickup. We will also have limited delivery service for those with no transportation during this time.
Food Pantry: Currently is set up as a no contact drive up , load and go pantry. Prep-packed groceries with amounts based on family sizes (4/under and 5+) to prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Items include: vegetables, fruits, grains, proteins and dairy.
Noon Meal: Currently set up for Grab and Go meals consisting of MyPlate foods and are open to anyone seeking a meal 7 days a week.
Children’s Learning Center: Is a 5 star rated program open to parents with children ranging in age from 6 weeks to 12 yrs.
St. Joseph Food Program continues to serve those in need of food assistance through a drive-up, no-contact distribution method. Qualifying individuals and families will receive perishables including fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, bakery, milk, eggs, and other dairy; nonperishables; paper items as available; personal care items; diapers for qualifying children; and other miscellaneous goods.
Welcome! The Salvation Army of Calumet County is here to provide you hope and help to the challenges you are having. Our Mission is to let Christ’s love shine through each one of us, by lifting up every family that walks through our door.
Through support from communities and commodity food from USDA’s The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) our food pantry is blessed to be able to supplement the diets of low income families with safe and healthy food.
These comprehensive guides include information on where food is available, including free meal sites, food pantries, grocery stores, and farmers markets. They also include information on programs to help access food, such as FoodShare and WIC, and on where WIC and SNAP benefits can be used.
Learn more about resources available for folks struggling to afford food.