Low Food Supply Alert - July, 2018
Help us spread awareness by downloading and sharing our Low Food Supply Alert Poster. Thank you in advance for your great support! We are currently in most need of:
- Canned fruit in 100% juice, or its own juice
- Canned protein (chicken and tuna)
- Spaghetti sauce
Food Drive Ideas
Food drives can be stand-alone events, or associated with another activity. Here are just a few 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
Healthy Food Donation Policy
We champion healthy choices in employees, volunteers and clients. We believe that every person has the right to access healthy food. A healthy, sustainable food supply decreases chronic diseases, increases productivity in the classroom and workplace, and increases health equity in our communities. See our Healthy Food Donation Policy.
Healthy Food Drive Tool Kit
Employees of Sheboygan County Food Bank and members of the Sheboygan Activity and Nutrition Committee (SCAN) came together to create the Sheboygan County Food Drive 5 Toolkit. The Toolkit was adapted from Brown County as a resource to assist individuals, businesses, agencies, churches, schools and other organizations in promoting their food drives and healthy food donations. It provides informational posters, ideas for promoting on social media, and community-based statistics.
Download the Food Drive 5 Poster that can be included on donation containers.
Preferred Donated Items
Need more ideas on what to donate? Check out our general list of Preferred Donated Items.
Food Drive Request
If you are interested in hosting a food drive, we are ready and happy to help! We will supply signage and food donation containers as well drop off and pick up containers. Please fill out the Food Drive Request below and we will contact you as soon as possible.