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Food Insecurity in Milwaukee?

A person is food insecure when they lack resources for consistent access to adequate food. For most it is episodic and cyclical, measured by a person’s situation throughout the whole year. Approximately 35% of residents in the Riverwest-Harambee Neighborhoods have an income level at or below the poverty line, which was $23,050 for a family of four as of last year. The need for some level of food assistance in Milwaukee increased by over 100% from 2005 to 2012.

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     Riverwest Food Pantry also operates an emergency thrift clothing service. We receive donated clothing Wednesday and Friday mornings between 8:00 – 11:00am at our St. Casimir Site. For larger donations please call us to arrange a special drop off. Clothing must be clean, stain-free, and need no repairs. We also receive cookware and tableware. Thank you.

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    Food donation drop off points are in the lobby of our Gaenslen site during school or pantry hours OR at our St. Casimir site Wednesday, Friday or Saturday mornings. You can also drop off food at any of our partner organizations: Hunger Task Force, Three Holy Women, Saints Peter and Paul, Our Lady of Divine Providence, Old Saint Mary, Saint Mark’s Episcopal, Christ Redeemer Anglican, and Saint John’s on the Lake.