On this page you will find lists of resources for assistance for food that I have taken the time to search for you.
Find a Local Food Bank – Feeding America
Put in your zip code or state to find a local Food Bank in your area feedingamerica.org/foodbank-results.aspx
http://www.fns.usda.gov/fdd/programs/csfp/ The Commodity Supplemental Food Programs (CSFP) is a Federally funded program, which works to improve the health of low-income pregnant and breastfeeding women, other new mothers up to one year postpartum, infants, children up to age six, and elderly people at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA commodity foods. It provides food and administrative funds to States to supplement the diets of these groups.
2-1-1 – Much like calling 9 1 1 on your phone.This service will ask you a few questions about what you need then match you with places that can help you. (no website just call 2-1-1)
(414) 777-0483 Hunger Task Force, Inc. Fax: (414) 777-0480
Does not provide direct client assistance. Funded Organizations, are organizations in your community who may be able to assist or refer you to the appropriate assistance.
The Coop Directory Service is an online source of information about natural food co-ops.
WIC is a food and nutrition program that is here to help pregnant women and families with young children. The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education, nutritious foods, breastfeeding support and information.more about wic
Organizations in your community who may be able to assist or refer you to the appropriate assistance.
Stcokbox – Wissconsin over 60 years old. Read more here http://www.hungertaskforce.org/food-bank/how-to-get-food/stockbox/
If you are a senior, living in Wisconsin on a fixed income, over 60 years, or if you care about someone who fits this description, sign them up for the monthly Stockbox program! It’s free, pre-packaged boxes of food delivered to low-income senior housing sites and senior centers. For a list of current sites, click here. To view a map of sites, click here.
Kohl’s Cares and Hunger Task Force (Milwaukee)- Kohl’s Serving Up Supper for Kids. Through this program, kids 18 and under can eat supper this summer at supervised locations like schools, parks and community centers throughout Milwaukee. Dial 2-1-1 for meal times and locations closest to your zip code.
All other resources for low income families listed on my site:
- Energy Assistance
- Free Computers for Low Income Families
- Where To Find Jobs
- Safelink Wireless Free Cell Phone and Minutes For Low Income Families
- Assurance Wireless -Free Cell Phone and Minutes For Low Income Families
- Help For Home Owners
- Free Cars for Low Income Families
- Free Baby Stuff For Low Income Families
- Free Clothes For Low Income Families
- Free Prom Dresses For Low Income Families
- Christmas Help For Needy Families
- Food Banks & Food Resources
- Local Help in the Broome County Area
- 50+ Ways to Earn Cash And More Online
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