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

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How Sheboygan Cures Hunger

 

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 appointment 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. 

November 2020 - English

Noviembre 2020-Spanish

December 2020 - English

Diciembre 2020 - Spanish

 

Emmaus Meals

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 3, 2020: ALL EMMAUS MEAL BAGGED LUNCHES WILL BE SERVED AT CROSSROADS CHURCH OFFICE, LOCATED AT 526 S 8TH STREET, SHEBOYGAN FROM 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

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
jane.marotz@usc.salvationarmy.org

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."

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