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Waukesha Food Pantry

Wauksha Food Pantry Drive Thru Lanes

The staff and volunteers at the Food Pantry Serving Waukesha County are familiar with helping during tough times. Since 1978, they have been providing food and other goods and services to Waukesha County residents and helping them to become more self-sufficient.

With the introduction of the COVID-19 virus into our community and the ensuing pandemic, they have pivoted to continue to provide access to these much needed resources. Grocery service sessions, normally conducted indoors, were moved outside for no-contact drive-through distribution. Additionally, order requests are now available online through the Pantry’s website, and guests can pick up their orders at specific times.

For more information, to volunteer or to donate, visit the Food Pantry website or follow them on Facebook.

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