FoodShare and the Government Shutdown
As the fourth week of the government shutdown comes to a close, FoodShare in Wisconsin is now affected. If you receive FoodShare, January benefits should be deposited as normal, but February benefits may be deposited as early as this coming Sunday, Jan. 20th. If you receive FoodShare, you are encouraged to plan and budget accordingly. Check out this document for full details and contact info in our 14-county service area.
The Winter 2018 Newsletter is Here
Read about what it means to serve those in rural areas, and meet our Volunteers of the Year and Organization of the Year. All that and more in our latest newsletter.
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Addressing Senior Food Insecurity
Seniors in need are often too proud to come to the food pantry. When I visit low-income senior housing with a box of food I have to reassure them that they aren't taking items that someone else needs.
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Friday, January 18
Thank you Leadership EC for coming to FMP yesterday for a tour and to help tackle some projects! You helped pack 200 meal kits and sorted/packaged canned beans, olive oil, and even hats so they can get quickly distributed to area hunger-relief organizations.
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Thursday, March 7th
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Saturday, February 2nd
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Saturday, February 9th
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