Address:3213 N Oakland AveMilwaukee, WI 53211Map & Directions
Services: They believe that the way to achieve their objectives is through active one-on-one personal contact with these people and families. If this is done early when the immigrants first arrive, it helps them with adjusting socially to the new country and eventually integrating into the rest of society. They provide a valuable service by linking resource rich agencies to the Russian community in a culturally sensitive manor. They provide a valuable service by linking resource rich agencies to the Russian community in a culturally sensitive manor. Services include counseling, crisis intervention, group and individual classes, weekly food pantry, monthly Russian language newspaper, prayer services, and financial counseling.
Address:201 S Hawley CtMilwaukee, WI 53214Map & Directions
Services: Hunger Task Force believes every person has the right to adequate food obtained with dignity. They work to prevent hunger and malnutrition by providing food to people in need today and by promoting social policies to achieve a hunger free community for tomorrow. Hunger Task Force operates a food bank that delivers food free of charge to a network of 80 food pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters in Milwaukee County. Through donated food, government commodity grants, purchased food and freshly grown produce from their Work Farm, they guarantee a supply that assures breakfast, lunch and dinner for a family based on their household size, culture, diet and religion. In their network, clients can receive food on the day they need it and in the neighborhood where they live. They oversee operations within their network according to the Standards of Excellence, which assure that food is stored properly, distributed responsibly and that individuals are treated with equality, respect and dignity.
Address:204 N 10th StWatertown, WI 53094Map & Directions
Services: The Watertown Food Pantry is a ministry of the Watertown Clergy Roundtable. Its intention is to help families and individuals get through genuine emergencies by providing them with basic food requirements for 2 - 3 days. The Watertown Food Pantry provides basic food items for its patrons, including: Vegetables -- canned; Soup – canned; Fruit -- canned; Instant potatoes; Spaghetti sauce; Jello – instant; Pudding – instant; Saltine crackers; Pancake mix; Pancake syrup; Tuna Fish – canned; Luncheon Meat – canned; Peanut Butter; Pork and Beans; Macaroni and Cheese -- boxed; Spaghetti, Pasta and Egg Noodles; Cereal -- boxed; Flour; Rice – instant; Jelly; Catsup; and Fruit juice -- bottled. When not received through donations, the Pantry must purchase these items, along with all perishable items, including: eggs, cheese, margarine, bread and meat.