Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin
1700 W. Fond du Lac Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin - Fox Valley
2911 W. Evergreen Drive
Appleton, WI 54913
Second Harvest Foodbank Southern Wisconsin
2802 Dairy Drive
Madison, WI 53718
Feed My People Food Bank
2610 Alpine Road
Eau Claire, WI 54703
Second Harvest Heartland
1140 Gervais Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55109
Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank
4503 Airpark Boulevard
Duluth, MN 55811
Channel One Regional Food Bank
131 35th Street SE
Rochester, MN 55904
Senate Passes Bipartisan Farm Bill
June 29, 2018 - The Senate passes their version of the Farm Bill, which protects SNAP and strengthens TEFAP, on a strong, bipartisan vote of 86-11!
Senate Agriculture Committee Passes Farm Bill
June 13, 2018 - The Senate Agriculture Committee passed its version of the Farm Bill out of Committee. The Senate Farm Bill presents a responsible, forward-looking vision to fight hunger, improve health and strengthen rural communities
The House REJECTS H.R. 2
May 18, 2018 - The House of Representatives rejected a Farm Bill that would have made indiscriminate cuts to SNAP and reduced state flexibility and local control to implement the program. Feeding Wisconsin hopes that Congress will revisit the Farm Bill and work toward passing a bipartisan bill that fights hunger and supports our rural communities by strengthening SNAP.
The shutdown of the federal government is heading toward its fourth week, making it the longest shutdown in U.S. history and leaving over 800,000 federal workers, including nearly 29,000 living in Wisconsin, furloughed or working without pay.
We are concerned on two fronts about a prolonged government shutdown. The first, of course, is that 29,000 federal employees living in Wisconsin, working hard and playing by the rules, are currently not receiving paychecks. While the government is shutdown, the need for food or the need to pay the mortgage or the car payment does not. The challenges and uncertainties that these federal workers are now facing are just like the challenges that many other of our friends and neighbors face when they are not earning enough money or working enough hours due to no fault of their own.
January 15, 2019 via "Forward Together" Blog
Hunger in America Wisconsin Report
March 25, 2015
Wisconsin Hunger in America Summary Report
March 25, 2015
Harvest for Hope FAQ
January 13, 2016
Feeding Wisconsin Receives $106,000 from Walmart Foundation
August 16, 2018
Media Statement on Senate Farm Bill Passage
June 29, 2018
Media Statement on Senate Farm Bill
June 13, 2018
50 million meals distributed in 2016
1000+ programs including pantries, afterschool and weekend programs, meal programs and shelters
$93 million facilitated in food investments by Wisconsin citizens and businesses over the last twelve months
Feeding Wisconsin is the statewide association of the six Feeding America food banks that provide food to local food programs in all 72 counties of the state.
Our mission is to coordinate and enhance the statewide work of our member food banks to ensure that everybody in Wisconsin has access to the food and benefits they need to work, learn, play and live healthy lives.
We assist our members raising statewide food and funds, increasing awareness about hunger in Wisconsin, strengthening the public and private solutions to hunger and food insecurity, and catalyzing the statewide public-private partnerships so that we can all strive Forward together toward our collective vision of a hunger-free Wisconsin.
Founding Partner, UnitedHealthcare, is dedicated to helping people nationwide live healthier lives by simplifying the health care experience, meeting consumer health and wellness needs, and sustaining trusted relationships with care providers.
Comprised of senior leaders from our state's corporations, non-profits, an agricultural industry, our Advisory Committee provides strategic guidance for Feeding Wisconsin's activities and initiatives, and lends a magnifying voice in the fight against hunger.
United Health Group
Midwest Food Processors Association
Wisconsin Public Radio
University of Wisconsin-Madison