Summer Meals for Children

Feed My People is gearing up for the Summer Weekend Kids' Meal program.  New distribution sites this year include the Eau Claire YMCA and the Eau Claire School District's Discovery program. See a complete list of sites. 

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Words from a Partner Agency

Feed My People partners with over 120 partner agencies to provide food to those who struggle with hunger. Their compassionate response to those they serve is inspiring! An area food pantry recently shared these highlights from one of their open pantries.

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Every day people in Wisconsin go hungry, and it's not just in the big cities. In 2014, more than 70,000 individuals living in west central Wisconsin relied on food received from programs supplied by Feed My People Food Bank. About 40% were children. That's 28,000 hungry kids.

Food Bank Ending Hunger in West Central Wisconsin

Hunger is a solvable problem. Roughly 70 billion pounds of edible food is lost in the United States each year (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the World Economic Forum). Hunger in America is not about supply, it is about redirecting the excess food that is lost each year to those who need it most.

Since 1982, Feed My People Food Bank has been concerned with hunger, rescuing food before it is wasted and distributing it to people in our community who struggle to put food on the table. We are a cost effective way to provide food pantries, community meal sites, and shelters with enough food so that thousands of people can be helped each month.
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As a food bank, Feed My People is a crucial link between food manufacturers, suppliers, and nonprofit food assistance programs. As the only food bank in west central Wisconsin, we provide food to more than 120 hunger-relief organizations in 14 counties. View a list of hunger-relief agencies.

Feed My People Food Bank is an independent, nondenominational, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It serves as a partner distribution outlet for Second Harvest Heartland in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Wisconsin Poverty Forum

Friday, June 5th
1 PM at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Alleviating Poverty - Who's Responsible?
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
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Food Insecurity Among Seniors In Wisconsin