Feed My People's Service Area

2-1-1 Great Rivers

2-1-1 Great Rivers connects individuals and families in north central Wisconsin to community-based health and human services. Dial 2-1-1 or visit their website.

Eau Claire County Resource Directory.


FoodShare Application

Quest Card

Let us help you with the FoodShare application process. Call 715-835-9415.

Complete the form

Testimonials

"You made my kids smile and feel comfortable. They have no idea our family is struggling this year and you kept it that way. Thank you!"

- Grateful Mother


"It's important families in the Chippewa Valley are aware of and have access to food before it gets to a point when the parent must look at their child and tell them they do not have anything to feed them. No hungry child should have to miss a meal."

- Dani Claesges, Eau Claire Area School District Homeless Program Coordinator

Get Help

Through FMP’s network of 125 hunger relief partners, help is available for children, seniors and families who struggle with food insecurity. FMP partners include food pantries, meal sites, and other programs in 14 counties in west central WI.


For Agencies

Taylor County
Hunger Relief Agencies

  • Christ Community Church of Jump River Food Pantry

    W14616 Hwy 73
    Sheldon, WI 54766

    (715) 668-5540


    Second Thursday of the month 5 - 6:30 PM

    Fourth Thursday of the month 5 - 6:30 PM

    Sunday by appointment

  • First Baptist Food Pantry

    751 Grace Way
    Medford, WI 54451

    (715) 748-4936


    Monday 10 AM - 12 PM

    Thursday 12 PM - 2 PM

  • Medford Mobile Food Pantry

    St. Paul's Lutheran Church

    321 N. Park Avenue
    Medford, WI 54451

    (715) 748-4909


    Third Thursday of the month 4 - 5 PM

  • Northland Baptist Church Food Pantry

    W14530 Cty Hwy M
    Gilman, WI 54433

    (715) 668-5366


    Second Wednesday of the month 1 - 2 PM

    Or by appointment

  • Stepping Stones Shelter

    327 W Broadway St.
    Medford, WI 54451


    Food is available for program participants.

    Crisis Line 715-748-5140 or 1-866-343-5140