We purchase, accept and safely store food locally at our 10,000-square foot warehouse. We then work swiftly to deliver food to partner agencies, at no cost, so that food can get into the hands of our neighbors that need it most. We provide food for over 3,000 families with an emphasis on purchasing more nutritional items.
Sheboygan County Food Bank champions 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 Policy.
At Sheboygan County Food Bank, we are working to fight hunger in our community every day. Our annual reports give a glimpse of how coordination, passion, and dedication intersect to support our neighbors in need.
Our 2018 Annual Report highlights our continued dedication to addressing the food needs of our hungry neighbors. It takes a special team of caring individuals and groups throughout the community to grow our positive impact, quickly respond to challenges, and provide nutritious food for the 3,000 families the we serve. To view our 2018 Annual Report, click here.
Our 2017 Annual Report tells the story of Sheboygan County Food Bank's humble beginnings and how we grew exponentially in just a few years thanks to many concerned business leaders, volunteers, and other community members who support our mission. To view our 2017 Annual Report, click here.
Sheboygan County Food Bank is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization.