The service we have the opportunity to provide extends beyond a meal or a bag of food. It is the warm greeting, the friendly smile, and the kind words we share. It is the hand that we shake, the hope that we raise and the belief that, together, we will weather any storm.

So often, people are unaware of the many resources that exist to help them through a challenging time. They found their way to you, and now you can connect them with many other helpful options.


For families who are eligible, claiming their FoodShare benefits will allow them to get more of their meals from the grocery store - affording them more variety, choice, and convenience.

2-1-1: The One-Stop Resource Shop , Available 24/7, 365 Days a Year

When you call 2-1-1 you will talk with a live person, who will seek to connect you with as many resources as possible for which you may be eligible. You'll be amazed by what you never knew you never knew.


From budgeting tips to meal planning and healthy quick-fix recipes, UW-Extension will help you create a balanced and healthy lifestyle while pinching your pennies.


Second Harvest operates 29 mobile food pantries in 14 counties, where you can receive 40-60 pounds of food at no cost to you. Find one (or more!) close to you.


Have a child under the age of 5? See if you qualify for this program that provides nutrition education and supplemental food to infants, young children, and pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women.