The FOOD Pantry Serving Waukesha County is Seeking an Executive Director
The FOOD Pantry Serving Waukesha County (FPWC) is a nonprofit community organization dedicated to providing food to the many Waukesha County residents who go hungry every day and eventually eliminate hunger from the county. The organization started in 1978 in the basement of a volunteer’s home, and we now serve over 5,700 residents a month and foster compassion and hope throughout the community. Waukesha is Wisconsin’s third most populated county, and the number is only growing, meaning there are new clients every day. The FPWC assists mostly children, underemployed individuals who are not making a living wage, senior citizens, and people who have fallen on tough times. When people’s income cannot cover all housing, medical, grocery, and emergency expenses, healthy food is often sacrificed, which can lead to health issues, isolation, and more struggle. In addition to food, FPWC provides goods and services, and works with clients to make them more self-sufficient. FPWC provides nutritious food and supportive services to people in need, helping to make Waukesha County a vibrant place to live and work for all and improving the well-being of the community, one person at a time. FPWC provides food, hope, and dignity to county residents in need and advocates increasing awareness of hunger through community partnerships.
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