With COVID precautions combined with extreme cold temperatures, The FOOD Pantry may adjust or limit the service hours available. Updates will be provided on the website, social media, and local news stations.
CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES. The FOOD Pantry of Waukesha County will be open for drive through service the week of November 23, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 1:00-3:00 PM.
No contact service at The FOOD Pantry will continue in the fall with the additional option of online ordering.
The FOOD Pantry has been serving on the front lines providing free food to people in need in Waukesha County for more than 41 years. It is our goal to continue to do so while observing some additional practices and responses due to the possibility of COVID 19.
Eliminating or even reducing world hunger is a daunting task. But, for us, tackling the hunger that exists in this county has been a community-centered process and a successful one. We have made consistent improvements in the ways food is provided and also increased the nutritional value and quantity of food we provide to each household we serve. But we still need to do better. And with your help, we can.
Thank you to all those who celebrated our 40th Anniversary, it was a wonderful evening that brought friends together, both old and new, to honor and celebrate the visionary people who founded the FOOD Pantry Serving Waukesha County and the volunteers who have kept us going. Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate and helped us exceed our goal of raising $75,000, your generosity helps put food on the table for families in our piece of the world.
The FOOD Pantry recently partnered with the Milwaukee Wave Indoor Soccer Team for a princesses and superheroes themed soccer game.
The partnership with the three other agencies in the Waukesha County Provides day of is giving is so special because it shows that by working together each of us can do so much more to make our community stronger and better.