Food Resources


Sharing Shelves

The sharing shelves were created to help the Parkside community members who need a little help when there are limited resources for food. The shelves are located at UW-Parkside in Wyllie Lower Main Place near zone 4.

Take what you need.

Parkside Community Garden

Offers free produce at various points in the year.  Watch Midnight Ranger for give away dates.


The Sharing Center

Western Kenosha County’s Resource Center and Food Pantry located in Trevor, Wisconsin. The mission of the Sharing Center is to provide basic needs and empower people in their transition to independence. They provide a helping-hand to those living in the community by providing an emergency food pantry, hygiene supplies, clothing, household items, winter outerwear, school supplies, and employment resources.

Shalom Center (Kenosha) 

The Shalom Center offers a food pantry, soup kitchen and shelter resources.  

Wisconsin Foodshare

Low-income college students across Wisconsin may now be eligible for up to $234/month from Wisconsin’s FoodShare program. Students with spouses or children may be eligible for more. You can apply for FoodShare at:, or over the phone by calling your local agency

Emergency Services Network of Kenosha County Food Pantries

Are you in need of emergency assistance and live in Kenosha County? The ESN has resources for you.

Kingdom Manna Food Pantry - Kingdom Builders Racine

The Kingdom Manna Food Pantry serves Racine, WI and the surrounding areas through monthly food giveaways during times of uncertainty.



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AIDS Resouce Center
1212 57th St
Kenosha WI
(262) 657-6644

Grace Welcome Center
2006 60th St
Kenosha, WI 
(262) 654-9143

Salvation Army
3116 75th St
Kenosha, WI
(262) 564-0286

Shalom Center
4314 39th Ave
Kenosha, WI
(262) 658-1713

St. Vincent De Paul
7531 30th Ave
Kenosha, WI

Sharing Center
25700 Wilmot Rd
Trevor, WI
(262) 298-5535

Twin Lakes Food Pantry
701 N. Lake Ave
Twin Lakes, WI
(262) 877-8228

Waukegan Township Resources List
Waukegan, IL

Catholic Charities Lake Co.
671 S Lewis Ave
Waukegan, IL
(847) 782-4100

Community Christian Church
1016 Grand Ave
Waukegan, IL
(847) 360-1008

El Puente Latino
2415 N. Butrick
Waukegan, IL
(847) 599-3051

Greater Faith Church
565 Powell Ave
Waukegan, IL
(847) 244-4400

Most Blessed Trinity's CSS Food Pantry
914 8th St
Waukegan, IL
(847) 623-2112

Lake County Community Action Partnership (CAP)
2424 Washington St
Waukegan, IL
(224) 412-8945

COOL Ministries
800 West Glen Flora Ave
Waukegan, IL
(847) 662-1230 

My Pantry Express
3900 Fountain Square Pl
Waukegan, IL
(630) 443-6914

Lake County Food Pantries List
Lake County, IL

Warren Township Food Pantry
17801 W Washington St
Gurnee, IL
(847) 244-1101, ext. 101

Gurnee Community Church
4555 Old Grand Ave
Gurnee, IL
(847) 336-2392

Hope House Food Pantry
(Friedens Community Ministries)
209 W Orchard St
Milwaukee, WI

Friedens Community Ministries
(Friedens Food Pantries)
1220 W Vliet St
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 289-6030

Interchange Food Pantry
130 E Juneau Ave
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 551-2184

Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin - Milwaukee
1700 W Fond Du Lac Ave
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 931-7400

Despensa De La Paz Food Pantry
(Friedens Community Ministries)
1615 S 22nd St
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 289-6030

Kinship Community Food Center - St. Casimir Site
924 E Clarke St
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 301-1478

Kinship Community Food Center Office
2610 N Martin Luther King Jr Dr
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 301-1478

Jewish Community Pantry
2900 W Center St
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 447-8901

Bay View Community Food Pantry
Food Distribution Center
1320 E Oklahoma Ave
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 482-1000

Neighborhood House Of Milwaukee
Food Distribution Center

2819 W Richardson Pl
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 933-6161

Mt Vernon Family Community Center
2345 N 18th
Milwaukee, WI

Saint Veronica Food Pantry Food Distribution Center
333 E Norwich St
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 482-2920

Racine County Food Bank/ HALO/ Harvest Outreach
2000 De Koven Ave, Unit #2
Racine, WI
(262) 632-2307

OBUUC Love Pantry
625 College Ave
Racine, WI 
(262) 634-0659

St Vincent DePaul Food Pantry
926 LaSalle St
Racine, WI
(262) 497-2734

Birthing Completeness Outreach Inc.
 524 Monument Square Ste 302
Racine, WI
(262) 497-6136/ 6205

The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) - Community Action
2113 N. Wisconsin St
Racine, WI 
(262) 637-8377/ 6419

Holy Communion Lutheran Church
2000 W. 6th St
Racine, WI
(262) 632-8802

Living Faith Lutheran Church
2915 Wright Ave
Racine, WI
(262) 637-5671

North Point United Methodist Church
Racine, WI
3825 Erie St
(262) 639-2441

Union Grove Area Foodbank, Inc.
I826 Main St, Suite 2
Union Grove, WI
(262) 853-4144

Women’s Resource Center
Racine, WI 
PO BOX 1764
(262) 633-3233

Salvation Army of Racine
Racine, WI
Various locations on website
(262) 632-3147

St Louis Church
13207 Hwy G
Caledonia, WI
(262) 835-4533

First Presbyterian Church Food Pantry
716 College Ave
Racine WI
(262) 632-1686

Hospitality Center
614 Main St
Racine, WI  
(262) 853-2886


Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4 a Day
Free PDF cookbook of inexpensive, nutritious recipes. 

Feeding America
To locate a nearby food bank, food pantry, or other food assistance, use Feeding America's online search tool. 

USDA National Hunger Hotline
Call the USDA National Hunger Hotline at 1-866-348-6479 or (1-877-842-6273 for Spanish). Information is available in English and Spanish. The hotline operates Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM Eastern Time. 

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Food stamps, now called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), began in the United States in the late 1930's to help people buy and eat nutritious food, be stronger, and make up a more productive society. In 1971, the Food Stamp Program became a nationwide entitlement program. That means that as long as you meet the rules for SNAP, you have a legal right to the benefit. 

Food Shopping and Meal Planning  

The Student’s Guide to Nutrition


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