If you are in an emergency food situation, please dial 2-1-1 for Wisconsin 2-1-1. They will refer you to a local organization that can assist. You can also click here for Wisconsin 2-1-1’s website.
For an emergency bag of food, please click here to visit The Salvation Army website for more information, or call their phone number 920-458-3723.
Sheboygan County Food Bank does not directly serve the public. Rather, we distribute food through a network of partner agencies. A large part of our network that we give food to consists of food pantries. Food pantries have varying service hours and some require documentation and/or appointments scheduled ahead of time. If you are in need of food, please refer to the Sheboygan County Food Bank Partner Food Pantries interactive map, or the most current Food Pantry Calendars to see locations, dates, times, contact information, and other important information.
Food for Seniors
Sheboygan County Food Bank volunteers deliver healthy and nutritious Stockboxes of supplementary food to seniors in need on a monthly basis. To qualify for a Stockbox, seniors must be 60 years or older and a resident of Wisconsin and meet the monthly income requirements. To view monthly income requirements, click here. If you are interested in signing up yourself, or another person, please contact us at 920-453-0169.
SNAP (FoodShare) Grocery and Farmers Market Dollars
SNAP, known formally as Food Stamps, is a nutrition assistance program that helps people buy healthy foods. Eligibility is determined based upon your income and household size. Household and medical expenses may also be taken into account. Remember: you can own a home and a vehicle and still be eligible to receive FoodShare.
The best way to find out if you qualify for FoodShare is to apply.
*Most FoodShare applicants and members are categorically eligible for FoodShare, meaning liquid assets are not a factor in eligibility. However, if someone is over 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, they will need to verify assets.