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Every day The Salvation Army helps cure hunger by providing nutritious meals to neighbors in need.

The Salvation Army of Calumet County serves 525 individuals each month

How we help cure hunger

Food Pantry
The Salvation Army Bread of Life Assistance Center has teamed up the University of Wisconsin Extension Program to provide families with budget, nutrition and home care classes.  We also work closely with other organizations to make sure each need of our families are met through referrals or other collaboration. 

Our food Pantry is open:
Monday 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 
Wednesday 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 

Documents required are; ID of the person signing up, proof of address for everyone in household and a VERBAL proof of income.

Pet Food Pantry
We have partnered with Eastshore Humane Association, in Chilton. If you qualify for our food pantry and you have pets ask about our referral program! The Pet Food Pantry is open every second Tuesday and Thursday of each month and is located at Eastshore Humane Association 1100 S. Park St. Chilton, WI. 

How you can help us cure hunger

Garden of Hope
Our goal is to be able to provide a well-balanced diet to each family, we serve.  Starting in spring 2018 the Bread of Life Assistance Center will have 6 garden plots locating in the back of the center, available for adoption. All the fruits and vegetables grown will be donated back to the food pantry for our families in need. 

There are 7 plots that are available for adoption in 2019. Our goal is to have businesses, groups or families adopt a garden space to plant, grow and harvest fruits and vegetables to donate back to our food pantry for the families in need. We are looking for new commitments to start next spring.

Is your organization interested in planting, growing and maintaining a garden space? Contact Adrianna Hilbelink by phone (920) 849-7856 or via email adrianna_hilbelink@usc.salvationarmy.org for more details.

Other Ways We Meet Need