How to Donate

No donation is too small or too large! Whether it's a can of soup, a few fresh tomatoes from your garden (Feed My People happily accepts produce), or a truckload of food, we will help get it to our neighbors in need. Please note that we cannot accept open or homemade items. All donated meat must have been professionally processed.

Donations may be dropped off weekdays from 8 AM until 5 PM.
For all perishable items and large donations for which you need assistance unloading, preferred drop off times are 9 AM - 4 PM. For prompt service, please contact us before arriving.

Learn what types of donations are preferred.

As a food bank, Feed My People relies on donations from food manufacturers,
distributors, retailers, farmers, and individual community members.
These
generous donations make it possible for us to distribute over 6.6 million pounds
of food to Wisconsin hunger-relief organizations in 2013!

Food Donations

Feed My People Food Bank gratefully accepts food donations, as well as household and personal products. Donations are sorted, packed into boxes containing a variety of items, then distributed to our partner agencies at no cost.

Food & Fund Drives

Help feed our hungry neighbors and have some fun along the
way with a food/fund drive benefiting Feed My People Food Bank. Donating funds allows Feed My People Food Bank to obtain needed food items, all while stretching your dollar. Because of our partnership with Feeding America, we are able to distribute $10 worth of food with every dollar donated.

7 Easy Steps to a Successful Food Drive

Other Fundraising Ideas

Registration Form for Food and Fund Drive

Food Industry Donations

We would be happy to add your business to our routes.
From corporations to farmers, the food bank helps eliminate waste while feeding people in need by serving as a distribution channel for surplus inventories. We provide a safe, efficient, and cost-effective system for distributing a wide variety of food which would otherwise end up in a landfill. View types donations accepted.

Donating food makes good business sense. Here's why:

Tax Deduction - Companies can deduct costs associated with donating food to nonprofit organizations. Read more.

Cost Savings - Save money by donating products to Feed My People rather than paying the cost of throwing them away.

Inventory Control - Reduce your surplus of hard-to-move inventory and inventory that can be eaten but not sold.

Generates Goodwill - Win the respect of your community and staff through your support and goodwill.

Liability Protection - Receive protection from liability for donations from the Good Samaritan Food Donation Act. Read more.

Contact us today to get your business involved.