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Grocery store on wheels makes rounds in Milwaukee County

By: Patrick Paolantonio, WISN 12 MILWAUKEE — Before the truck pulled up and the doors opened for business, customers were already in place, waiting for its arrival. Margie Thompson was one of the first in line — ready to shop. "I'm here every month," Thompson said....

Spring 2024 Nutrition Education Quarterly available online

Hunger Task Force doesn't just feed people in our community – we help along their health journeys, too. Hunger Task Force offers a robust Nutrition Education Program committed to providing useful tools to sustain a healthy lifestyle. Check out the newest edition of...

Hunger Task Force Shares Heart Healthy Meal with WISN 12

By: Diana Gutierrez, WISN 12 WISN 12 is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a promise of more service to the community. We're expanding our commitment to the Hunger Task Force with a focus on what the community needs most. This month, we're showcasing healthy meals...

Marquette Free Throws Score Money for Charity

By: Bill Wash, CBS 58 MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Ask any basketball coach, they'll tell you that free throws can mean the difference between winning and losing. Marquette Women's Basketball Head Coach Megan Duffy is no different. "Free throws are everything, any time you...

Toolkit Available! 2023-2024 NSBW School Breakfast Celebration

We want to show some love to the everyday champions who make school breakfast possible for kids. It takes a village - teachers, principals, superintendents, custodians, cafeteria staff, advocates - the list goes on. In this toolkit, we’ve gathered tools, templates,...

Use Your Voice! Ensure WIC Stays Strong for Milwaukee Families

A powerful call to action from Reno Wright, Advocacy Director, Hunger Task Force:Our children's health depends on us, and today I’m reaching out with an important advocacy action for our community to take collectively. The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program...

Wisconsin will replace FoodShare aid when outages spoil food, but filing requests isn’t easy

The federal government funds FoodShare through its Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP. It allows states to replace funds for households that lose food to misfortunes like refrigerator malfunctions, power outages or flooding. Nearly 26,000 FoodShare households in Wisconsin received $3.1 million in replacement benefits between December 2022 and November 2023. That’s far less than the up to $34 million in food that FoodShare households potentially lost from January’s storm alone, according to a state estimate.

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