Below is our current list of Madison food pantries.
We not only provide listings of pantries, but we also provide information on: food closets, food banks, soup kitchens, congregate meal locations, food boxes, vouchers, etc.
Our comprehensive list of food assistance programs provides full descriptions, pictures, hours, volunteer information, etc.
Food locations provided are faith based, government and non profit. We list them all.
If you know of a food pantry that is not included in our list, please submit new food resources to our database by going to the ADD A LISTING link on the header of our website. Provide as much volunteer information as possible as we are the top resources for volunteering at food pantries.
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We are a one time a month pantry. Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 11:00am - 1:00pm The 3rd Saturday of the month 9:00am - 11:00am Requirements: Please bring a photo ID and proof of address if this is your first time. We also need to verify any children under the age of 18, so we will need social s.s. cards and medical cards for them. Clothing, housewares, books all free for pantry clients that are shopping that day. *If you are homeless you will be able to shop once a week*Go To Details Page For More Information
Good Shepherd opened a food pantry housed in our Central Campus. It serves our extended neighborhood, open once a week to meet emergency food needs of families/individuals in our area. Pantry Hours:Thursday 10:00am - 12:00pmThursday 5:30pm - 7:00p.m Volunteers serve about once a month.For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
Food Pantry Hours: Monday - Friday8:30am - 5:00pm Eligibility: HIV-positive and earning less than 300% of the Federal Poverty Level.For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
Food Pantry - Located at Bashford UMCGo To Details Page For More Information
Bethel's Food Pantry is a volunteer led organization which operates completely off donated funds. The pantry is open Monday through Friday 12:00 - 3:00 pm, and receives food deliveries from 2nd Harvest Foodbank on Thursday mornings. If you would like to help staff or stock the pantry, or have questions about becoming a team member, please contact the Pantry Volunteer Coordinator, or call 608-233-8327. Bethel's Food Pantry is open Monday through Friday 12:00-3:00 pm. Call 608-257-3577 after 9:00 am on the same day you plan to use theGo To Details Page For More Information
Food Assistance The Center serves a free meal daily, Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. on weekends. The Center food pantry opens twice a week: Tuesday afternoon from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm and Thursday morning from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. Registration for the pantry begins at 1:00 pm Tuesday and 9:30 am Thursday. A personal essentials pantry runs Tuesday in conjunction with the food pantry to provide items like shampoo, toothpaste, and soap. The Center growsGo To Details Page For More Information
Food Pantry and Household Items/Clothing Distribution EMCC hosts a food pantry EVERY Tuesday from 12pm - 2pm. There are no household items distributed at this pantry. EMCC hosts a food, Household and Clothing Items on the 4th Tuesday of the Month.from 12:00-3:00pm. Families may attend both pantries each month. Food is client choice. Household items and clothing are available as are donated throughout the year and include dishes, appliances, furniture, baby and infant supplies, assorted linens and towels, bedding, clothing of all siGo To Details Page For More Information
Bread of Life Food Pantry Evangel Life Center has always been Reaching Up, Reaching Out, Reaching Madison ¦ and Beyond. And the Bread of Life Food Pantry has been REACHING Madison! In the last 2 years (2010 through Sept. 2011) we have served over 1600 families and 6300 individuals. That is 800+ families and 3000+ individuals each of the last 2 years. And the totals for 2011 could reach 1100 families and 4000 individuals. With the ability to place a touch of Christ into each family as GoGo To Details Page For More Information
Our Food Pantry at First United Methodist Church in downtown Madison, Wisconsin is part of The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) serving households who qualify based on eligibility and income guidelines. Hours of Operation: Monday & Wednesday 10 a.m. - Noon We ask that clients arrive no earlier than 9 a.m. in our parking lot or on-site. Tuesday & Thursday 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. We ask that clients arrive no earlier than 5:30 p.m. in our lot or on-site. RegistratioGo To Details Page For More Information
The Goodman Community Center offers a variety of programs designed to nourish our community. Our Fritz Food Pantry is open to all customers three days a week. For questions about the food pantry, please contact Jon Lica, Food Pantry Coordinator at 241-1574 x249 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Fritz Food Pantry The Fritz Food Pantry at the Goodman Community Center Hours: Tuesday 9:30 am - 12:00pm Wednesday6:30am - 8:00pm Thursday 12:30pm - 3:00pm Donate items. DownGo To Details Page For More Information
The Kennedy Heights Food Pantry provides residents with food and nutrition information. The food pantry is run by resident volunteers and serves 30 - 50 families each week. The food pantry is a client choice pantry that encourages clients to choose their own foods to meet their families' nutritional needs. The food pantry is supported by Second Harvest Food Bank, Community Action Coalition and many area food drives.Go To Details Page For More Information
Pantry Hours: Monday 5-6:30pmWalk-in pantry. People do not need to make an appointment.It can be used 1 time per month.Individuals need to bring an ID and proof of address.Go To Details Page For More Information
Our pantry hours are Tuesdays from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. and Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. The general public is invited to participate once a month. Members of St. Paul are invited to participate weekly. Our food pantry is a choice pantry which means you get to choose from these categories, as you put together multiple meals for your family. Freezer - Refrigerator - Packaged Meals - Beverages - Canned Vegetables Beans - Chili - Fruit - Pasta - Sauce - Canned Meats - Soup - Cooking - Tomatoes - Salad Dressings -Go To Details Page For More Information
The Food Pantry, one of WRNC\'s first programs and partnerships, has been running for more than 25 years. Donations from area congregations and community groups provide food for families across Madison. The pantry provides an assortment of nutritionally balanced non-perishable food items to individuals and families up to 12 times a year. Food Pantry hours: Wednesdays from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Saturdays from 12:00-1:00 p.m.Go To Details Page For More Information
The Madison East Seventh Day Adventist Church houses a Community Services and Client Choice FOOD PANTRY. These services are open to ALL families in need. REGISTERED FAMILIES ONLY! CALL 608-513-5208 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. the following Mondays before Pantry day Monday, 5/12/14 & Monday, 5/26/14 Why registered families only? We cannot contact families to let them know that we\'re closing on a regularly scheduled food pantry evening if we have no idea who is supposeGo To Details Page For More Information
Homeless Meal Ministry. For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
Beginning in September 2010, under one-year funding from the Madison Community Foundation, the Personal Essentials Pantry and other area agencies have begun the PEPartnership. The PEPartnership understands how important personal and household hygiene products are, and is working to make these products more visible as necessities to the community at large and to policy makers, and to improve their availability to people in need. We're particularly interested in making these products available on a more reliable basis so that that people in poverGo To Details Page For More Information
A Helping Hand - Not a Handout Porchlight Mission Statement: Porchlight provides emergency shelter, food, employment services, counseling, and affordable transitional and permanent housing to homeless people in the Dane County area. Porchlight\'s services are designed to foster independence and the transition into permanent housing and employment. Porchlight is the largest supplier of low-cost housing in Dane County and is comprised of an emergency shelter for men, housing and services for men and women suffGo To Details Page For More Information
Food Pantry The Food Pantry is a ministry of St. Mark's Lutheran Church. The Food Pantry works with Second Harvest Food Bank and CAC (Community Action Coalition) to provide staples to anyone in need of food that resides in Dane County. Participants are allowed to choose their own food based on food preferences and dietary needs. The Food Pantry Hours:Tuesday10:00am to 12:00pm Thursday 5:45pm to 7:30pm People may participate once every twenty eight to thirty dayGo To Details Page For More Information
Food Pantry: St. Vincent de Paul operates the largest food pantry in Dane County . We have changed to a client choice model and relocated to 2033 Fish Hatchery Rd. Nearly 22,000 households were served in 2009. We donated over $1,300,000 of food last year. People needing assistance with food are given 3 days of groceries. Recipients are eligible for assistance once every 30 days. Identification for themselves and all family members is required. A customer-choice model of distribution operates more like a grocery store. ThGo To Details Page For More Information
Hours of OperationTuesday 12:00pm to 2:00pm Wednesday 10:00am to 12:00pm Thursday 10:00pm to 12:00pm Requirement: Photo ID is required for all household members. ID's can include driver's license, identification card, Forward card, Social Security Card Food Pantry The Salvation Army Food and Personal Essentials Pantry, located at 3030 DaGo To Details Page For More Information
Free groceriesFamilies in need can shop once a week for items they need, just as they do in a grocery store. Inside The River warehouse are shelves and freezer cases filled with donated and purchased meats, groceries, and staples. Clients chose their own groceries. The amount of non-perishable food each client household takes home is limited by family size and is supplemented by additional choices of meat, pastries, bread, and produce. We believe that all adults deserve the dignity of choosing what foods they want for themselvesGo To Details Page For More Information
Hours:Thursday9:00am and 4:00pmTo get on the list. If you show up without calling you will need to wait until all those are served who called in on time. You can use our food pantry every other week. Requirements: You will need to bring IDs for each person in your household you are getting food for along with proof of your current address. For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
The Food Pantry HoursWednesday 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. The pantry serves the 53703 and 53704 zip codes. People must show a picture ID for themselves and each member of their family, and may use the pantry once every 30 days. That is the basic œlegalize. Yet at nearly 1500 households or 4000 people served in 2010 the pantry continues its life-giving mission.Go To Details Page For More Information