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

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Food Insecurity in Sheboygan County

Food Insecurity means an individual lacks reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. In Sheboygan County there is over 10,000 food insecure individuals, 1 in 6 of which are children. In conjunction with other programs and services, The Salvation Army Sheboygan is here to combat hunger in Sheboygan County, and make sure no person is without food. We are a proud partner agency of The Sheboygan County Food Bank, which aids in the elimination of food waste by providing a well coordinated system of food distribution and collection.

The needs of the food pantry change on a regular basis.
Please contact Jane Marotz to learn what current donation needs are. 
Jane Marotz
(920) 694-1266

For more stats on food insecurity in Sheboygan County and the United States, visit Feeding America's website

Comfort food, for a comfortable home

"I rely on this pantry to make it through the month...I have 8 grandchildren and wouldn't be able to feed any of them when they come to my house."

How Sheboygan Cures Hunger

The Salvation Army Food PAntry

The Salvation Army Food Pantry is open daytime hours, Monday through Friday. Clients are seen once a month, by appointment only. Please schedule an appointment in person at 710 Pennsylvania Avenue, or by phone at 920-458-3723. Evening Food Pantry is available without an appointment every first, second and third Wednesday of the month from 4:30pm to 6:00pm

On your first visit, please bring your ID and a proof of residence [postmarked mail or a bill]. Verification must be provided for each additional person listed on the intake form as well.
Acceptable documents include: Wisconsin Immunization record, report cards, birth certificates, passports, medical, insurance or library cards, driver?s license or state/military/tribal ID.
If you do not have these documents on your first visit, bring them on your second visit, otherwise we will not be able to provide services. 

Community Food Distribution & Pantry Calendar

The Salvation Army isn't the only resource in town; If you need additional food assistance or cannot make an appoint in our pantry, please view the calendar below for a schedule of local food pantry distributions, community meals, as well as a list of all food pantries in Sheboygan and surrounding areas. 

Food Pantry Calendar January English 2020

Food Pantry Calendar Enero Spanish 2020

Food Pantry Calendar February English 2020

Food Pantry Calendar Febrero Spanish 2020


Emmaus Meals

The Salvation Army Sheboygan hosts a weekly Emmaus Meal served every Saturday between 11:00am and 12:30pm at The Salvation Army Community Corps Center in the lower level Fellowship Hall. Local church and volunteer groups provide, prepare and serve this free and warm meal open to the public. Come for the nourishment, and stay for the fellowship! 


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