Host a Food Drive

Food drives are one of the best ways to help.  Let us help you organize all the details to assure you collect the healthy food we need.

Dropping Off Food Donations: We accept perishable and non-perishable, non-expired foods. Check out our Healthy Food Policy to learn more about which items we appreciate and which items we do not accept. If you would like to drop off food donations, please visit us at our location, 3115 N. 21 St. in Sheboygan, Monday-Friday, 9 AM – 3 PM. Enter at Door C and a staff member will meet you inside to collect your donations.

If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a mask is not required to enter our building. If you are NOT fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a mask is required to enter. We are happy to provide 501(c)3 donation receipts. Thank you for your support!

Current Most Needed Items: peanut butter, canned soup, canned tuna/chicken, cereal/oatmeal, canned fruit, and personal care items

**Non-expired, low-sodium, low-sugar, and light-syrup food items preferred.

Your Food Drive Checklist

Decide when you want to host a food drive and when the food collection boxes will be available for food contributions. Food drives can be stand-alone events, or associated with another activity.

Set a goal for the number of pounds of food you want to collect and promote your food drive on social media by tagging us at @shebctyfoodbank so that we can help you spread the word!

We are happy to help you by providing, delivering, and picking up collection boxes for your food drive.

Review our Healthy Food Policy as a guideline for the best types of food to collect. Monitor your collection and let us know if you need more boxes.

Food Drive Registration Form

Let us help you plan the details of your food drive. Please complete this form.







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    Food Drive Ideas

    Need a theme or purpose to wrap around your food drive?  Try these ideas:

    • Birthday parties
    • Special movie or documentary showings
    • Weight loss challenges
    • Sports events (in-person or on TV)
    • Community dances
    • Halloween parties, haunted houses, and trick-or-treating
    • Christmas or other holiday parties
    Check Out Our Healthy Food Policy