Sheboygan County Food Bank is a public, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that relies on public donations and grants. Your gift allows us to continue to provide healthy emergency food for Sheboygan County families facing hunger.

Donate Online Now

Make a secure online donation using a Credit Card, eCheck or PayPal.

Donate Now

Donate Cash or Write a Check

Please make checks payable to:
Sheboygan County Food Bank
Mail to:  3115 N 21st St, Suite #1
Sheboygan, WI 53083

Honor Someone Special

Do you have someone special that you would like to make a tribute to? Birthdays, memorials, holidays, and other occasions are great opportunities to celebrate that special person in an extra special way. Just let us know and we will be happy to notify that person of your contribution in his or her name.

Make a Tribute

Become a Monthly Giver

Any gifts that we receive are gratefully appreciated. By becoming a monthly giver, you can ensure that we are able to consistently deliver healthy emergency food for children, families and seniors in need. You can make a secure online donation with an amount of your choice and choose “Make this a recurring donation deducted monthly”.

Become a Monthly Giver

Match Your Gift with Your Employer

Many employers have matching gift programs. Check with your employer to see if you can sign up to double your impact!

Launch a Facebook Fundraiser

Creating a Facebook fundraiser to support Sheboygan County Food Bank in honor of special days, like your birthday, is an easy way to ask friends and family donate. By raising money this way, you double your impact by helping us continue to provide healthy, emergency food for families in Sheboygan County, while also building awareness of what we do.

Start Your Facebook Fundraiser

Give Securities, Stocks, Bonds, or Mutual Funds

If you have invested your money, consider investing in us to make a positive impact on Sheboygan County.

Please feel welcome to contact us at 920-453-0169 when you have questions about donating money to Sheboygan County Food Bank. Check out the IRS’s Tax Exempt Organization Search Tool for information about our tax-exempt status and filings.