How to Find Help

Sheboygan County Food Bank helps provide and deliver healthy, emergency food to food pantries in Sheboygan County. You can find the help you need by visiting these food pantries at the location, day, and time that works best for you.

Find Help: Emergency Food Information

Common Questions You Might Have

No, we are a “food bank.” We collect, store, and deliver healthy emergency food to our network of partner agencies, including food pantries. If you are in need of emergency food, please use our Sheboygan County Emergency Food Assistance Map above, or look at the Monthly Food Pantry Calendar to plan a visit.

If you are in need of emergency food, please look at the Monthly Food Pantry Calendar to see times, locations, contact information, and other important information about food pantries and free community meals in Sheboygan County.

Yes, many people in Sheboygan County are working and are able to get food at food pantries.

Please read each food pantry’s requirements carefully on our Sheboygan County Emergency Food Assistance map above, or on the Monthly Food Pantry Calendar. Most food pantries prefer that you to bring your own bag, or box. 

Some food pantries may require:

  • Proof of your current address.
  • Proof of your earnings.
  • Proof of number of members in your household.
  • Your photo ID.
  • An appointment to be scheduled before your visit.

There are many government programs that can also help you. See the list of Emergency Food Programs below.

The Salvation Army can help. Please visit The Sheboygan Salvation Army at 710 Pennsylvania Avenue in Sheboygan (Phone: 920-458-3723) if you are in need of emergency food now.

Volunteers and staff members who work at food pantries and community meals are friendly, understanding, and there to help you. They want you to feel welcome and get you the help you need.
Sheboygan County Food Pantry Calendar
Calendario de Despensa de Alimentos (Spanish)

Emergency Food Programs

Federal, state, and local programs work to end hunger in Sheboygan County. Sheboygan County Food Bank supports federal and state anti-hunger programs that act as the first line of defense against hunger and integrates local services where possible. Learn more about these programs below and from Hunger Task Force’s website.

SNAP / FoodShare

Funds for Supplemental Nutritious Foods for Individuals Based on Income

SNAP / FoodShare

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School Breakfast Program

Breakfasts Served at Schools to Enrolled Students

School Breakfast Program

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Stockbox / CSFP

Supplemental Food Delivery to Age 60+ Based on Income

Stockbox / CSFP

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WIC

Education, Funds for Supplemental Nutritious Foods, and Referrals for Pregnant Women, New Mothers and Children Based on Income

Food for Thought (Weekend Backpack Program)

Healthy Weekend Food for Children Identified by School Counselors, Principals or Teachers

Food for Thought (Weekend Backpack Program)

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Free Summer Meal Program

Summer Meals for Ages 18 and Under

Free Summer Meal Program

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Free and Reduced Meals

Free and Reduced Cost Meals Served at Schools to Enrolled Students

Free and Reduced Meals

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Farmer's Market Vouchers

Vouchers for Fresh, Locally Grown Produce for Age 60+ Based on Income

Farmer's Market Vouchers

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