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100% of your donation goes to feed hungry people in your community!
The Hunger Relief Fund of Wisconsin provides donors with a federation dedicated to getting free and nutritious food to low-income people who need it most: children and the elderly, veterans, displaced workers and working-poor families.
No money will be used for administrative costs since Hunger Task Force donates all administrative costs. One hundred percent of the money received by the Hunger Relief Fund of Wisconsin will be passed through to the designated charities.
Ask your workplace’s human resources professional to offer the Hunger Relief Fund of Wisconsin alongside your current choices of federations. You can pick any one of our member agencies listed below or all of them to receive your payroll deduction or one-time gift. For information about offering the Hunger Relief Fund of Wisconsin in your workplace, email our Development Director at jonathan(at)hungertaskforce.org or call (414) 238-6476.
Choose Hunger Relief Fund in the following workplace campaigns!
- Combined Federal Campaign
- State (Wisconsin) Employees Combined Campaign
- Milwaukee County
- City of Milwaukee
- Milwaukee Public Schools
- Milwaukee Area Technical College
2016 Member Agencies
|Agape Community Center of Milwaukee||Thriving people. Vibrant neighborhoods. Comprehensive family, education, youth, teen, elderly, social services and neighborhood revitalization to economically struggling neighborhoods in Milwaukee's near-northwest Central City.|
|Center for Veterans Issues||Provide supportive services to improve the quality of life of current and ex-military personnel.|
|Central City Churches||A welcoming place where neighbors come for hospitality and service. Food pantry, refreshments, lunch, phone, computers for resume writing and job search are available.|
|Daystar||Provides battered women with housing and supportive services for up to two years while they gain skills, acquire income and secure safe, affordable housing.|
|Ebenezer Lutheran Church Food Pantry||The site for Wednesday and Saturday food pantry that services an average of 110 families per week, plus a clothes pantry and soup kitchen that are open to the public every Wednesday.|
|Family Life Center||Encourages the empowerment of families toward advocacy for themselves. Food pantry, support groups, workshops and family services offered in collaboration with other community agencies.|
|Food for the Hungry||Collects surplus foods from more than 250 donor sites and distributes it to over 1,500 meal programs and food pantries in Eastern Wisconsin.|
|Food Pantry of Waukesha County||Provides free food and other groceries to low income registrants residing within Waukesha County.|
|The Gathering of Southeast Wisconsin||Stopping hunger, one person at a time, by serving 95,000 free meals annually to Milwaukee's hungry and homeless at three inner city locations.|
|House of Peace||Serving the poor for 45-years through the food pantry, clothing closet, medical and legal clinics, counseling and more.|
|Hunger Task Force||Distributes free food to the poor through a network of emergency food pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters; promotes social policies to prevent future hunger.|
|Interchange||Provides a compassionate food pantry to the hungry of Milwaukee; majority of guests reside in the lower east side and downtown Milwaukee.|
|Living In Community||They have fed hungry people on Madison's north side since 2006 with respect and dignity through a food pantry and meal program.|
|Mukwonago Food Pantry||Providing adequate food and access to services; programs aimed at meeting residents’ current needs.|
|Open Door Cafe||The only mid-day meal program serving a hot, nutritious lunch to the poor in the downtown Milwaukee area.|
|Project Concern of Cudahy-St. Francis||Food pantry and clothing bank to alleviate hunger, demonstrate community compassion and provide information and referral for public benefits and other community services.|
|South Milwaukee Human Concerns||Provides food, clothing, school supplies, holiday assistance and other needed services on an emergency basis to the economically disadvantaged in South Milwaukee.|
|St. Benedict Community Meal Program||Serving hot, homemade food to Milwaukee's homeless and working poor for more than 40-years. 2,000 individuals come to St. Ben's table, six days a week.|
|St. Hyacinth Food Pantry||Serving more than 7,500 low-income families and infants on Milwaukee's south side providing food, personal hygiene supplies, clothing and health counseling services.|
|St. Roman's Food Pantry||Providing emergency food, personal hygiene supplies and resource paperwork and serving more than 3,900 low-income families and infants on Milwaukee's far south side.|
|St. Vincent de Paul Society of Milwaukee||Two meal programs serve 167,000 free meals annually from 5:15 - 7:00 p.m. Sunday (south only) and Monday - Friday. South site also offers free showers.|
|Tosa Community Food Pantry||Emergency food service for Wauwatosa and western Milwaukee residents.|
|The Turkey Club||We help provide Thanksgiving meals to those less fortunate in Southeastern Wisconsin by raising money for the purchase and delivery of turkeys.|
|UMOS||Provides programs and services which improve employment, educational, health and housing opportunities for under-served populations, including case management, job placement and other social supports.|
|Unity Community Soup Kitchen||Unity Community Soup Kitchen exists because disciples of Jesus live worshipping. They provide a weekly meal to almost 200 community. Everyone is welcome.|