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Almost half of our County is eligible for our services. It's humbling to be so appreciated for sharing kindness.
The Salvation Army distributes over half a million pounds of food annually & teams
with community partners on programs that provide food for thought.
“I lost my job because of the virus and I’ve already gone through my savings and have been pretty much wiped out. But being able to come to The Salvation Army and get groceries is a huge relief, particularly if you have no income. Everyone is so friendly and so helpful. I didn’t think anything like this even existed.”
The Salvation Army combats hunger daily by providing nutritious meals to anyone in need. This includes people of all ages, those experiencing homelessness, as well as individuals and families who may be struggling to make ends meet and in need of extra assistance. In addition to addressing the immediate symptoms of food insecurity, programs are designed to help identify and treat its root cause. Over time, this holistic approach to the physical, mental and spiritual needs of each person helps move many from “hungry” to “fully healed.”
Our food pantry is stocked by donations from businesses and individuals. Along with food, and equally important, are the personal care items and cleaning supplies we stock. Food Stamps/Quest cards do not cover these necessities and those who can't afford them depend on our supplies, or otherwise may go without.
Food pantry hours: Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 1: 30 p.m. Clients are able to return to the pantry once every 30 days, and the amount of food they receive depends on the household size and the resources we have available. A pantry card is kept on file for each household using the pantry.
Thanksgiving & Christmas Dinners
Each year, we collect special holiday food items and coordinates distribution to help individuals celebrate holidays with a traditional meal. Check back or visit our Facebook page for updates.
Summer Brown Bag Lunch Giveaway
Fond du Lac's oldest free summer brown bag lunch program feeds children every Tuesday and Thursday, June - August, and has since 1993.
Each nutritional sack lunch includes a peanut butter or meat sandwich, chips/snack, vegetable/fruit, dessert item & beverage.
Make a financial donation towards supplies click here.
Volunteer to help stock, and assist clients.
Contact our Food Pantry Coordinator.
Join the planning team and guide our fight to combat hunger. Click Here for more details.
Collect and donate items needed.