We believe no one should go hungry. We are honored to partner with over 200 food pantries, meal sites, and backpack programs in west central Wisconsin to serve our neighbors who struggle with food insecurity. In addition, Feed My People Food Bank helps families, children, and seniors through the following direct service programs.
Feeding Healthy Futures
Youth are at high risk of struggling academically, physically, and emotionally when they lack consistent access to the food they need. We strive to fill the hunger gap for these students through the Weekend Kids' Meals Backpack Program and onsite school pantries.Does your school have a program?
These mobile pantries in high need communities distribute fresh produce, meat, and dairy to struggling families. This program allows us to pivot to meet changing needs while connecting individuals with other available resources quickly.Find a pop-up food pantry near you
Technology and understanding the FoodShare application requirements can be barriers for many, especially seniors, resulting in them not receiving all the benefits for which they are eligible. We help to make sure the application is filled out correctly and answer questions the client may have while providing hope, comfort, and reassurance during a very trying time in their life.Talk with our local FoodShare navigator
Older adults make tough choices every day, deciding whether to buy food or pay for medicine. Our senior resident pantries and a strong relationship with Meals on Wheels help those struggling with limited budgets and transportation barriers. Find out about Meals on Wheels qualifications by calling 715-839-4735.Find a food pantry near you
Access to fresh fruits and vegetables, protein items, and diabetic/heart-healthy options are crucial to our community's health and yet imagine how difficult it is for low-income families to afford such things. That's why nutritious food is part of everything we do through our Fresh Food and Choose Healthy programs and partnerships with the healthcare community.Discover how access to healthy food transformed Gertrude's life
By partnering with organizations such as the Department of Human Resources and the Jail Re-Entry program, we can be a resource for those facing unexpected difficult circumstances. By providing food on the spot to someone in crisis, it may give people the strength to face the situation in their life. It may be the thing that sees them through.Discover how crisis outreach is changing food access