Sheboygan County Food Bank

Sheboygan Cares Food Pantry

Sheboygan County Food Bank provides healthy and fresh emergency food, twice a week, at its onsite drive-thru food pantry.

What You Need to Know Before You Go

  • Location:

    3115 N. 21st St. in Sheboygan

  • Hours:

    Monday: 5 PM - 7 PM, Wednesday: 10 AM - 12 PM with scheduled appointments

  • Register & Make an Appointment:

    Please call (920) 453-0136 on Tuesdays or Thursdays (9AM - 11AM) or Wednesdays (5PM-7PM) to register and make an appointment. If you call outside these hours, please leave a voicemail with your name and number and someone will get back to you. You may make one appointment, or set up an ongoing appointment, up to once per week. You will get a swipe card and someone else may pick up for you by bringing the swipe card.

  • Important Information for When You Arrive:

    Please drive slowly (5 mph) when driving in the drive-thru. Volunteers will greet you and put food into your vehicle. You do not need to get out of your vehicle.

We launched Sheboygan Cares Food Pantry in 2022 at our location to help increase flexibility and access to food for families by operating with evening service hours, a drive-thru distribution method, and scheduled appointments. Clients drive-thru our garage where volunteers place non-perishable food, personal care items, meat, milk, eggs, and produce, into clients’ vehicles.

Common Questions You Might Have

If it’s your first time visiting, please call 920-453-0136 on Tuesdays or Thursdays (9 AM – 11 AM) or Wednesdays (5 PM – 7 PM) to register and make an appointment. Appointments can be made for Mondays (5 PM – 7 PM) and Wednesdays (10 AM – 12 PM). You may schedule one appointment, or set up an ongoing appointment, up to once per week. You will get a swipe card and someone else may pick up on behalf of you by bringing the swipe card.

You do not need to get out of your vehicle. Please drive slowly (5 mph) when you’re driving in the drive-thru. Volunteers will greet you at your window and safely place food in your back seat or trunk.

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

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

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 Emergency Food

Information

Sheboygan County Food Pantry Calendar

Sheboygan County Food Pantry Calendar

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Calendario De Despensa De Alimentos

Calendario De Despensa De Alimentos

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Other 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.  

  • FoodShare Benefits to Purchase Food

    Would you like to know if you qualify for FoodShare? Do you need help signing up? Please feel welcome to call our FoodShare Assistant, Tracy, at (920) 226-5619, 8AM - 3PM, Monday-Friday.

  • WIC Benefits to Purchase Food

    Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) serves pregnant, breastfeeding or new mothers, infants up to age one, and children up to age five. Please call (920) 459-3417 for more information.

  • Free Meals for Children

    School breakfast and lunch meals are free to all Sheboygan Area School District students per the USDA's extension of emergency meals for the 2021-2022 school year.