The Foodbank remains open to clients in need of Emergency food assistance. Please call 262-853-4144 to make arrangements.
Until future notice, all volunteers are asked to refrain from visiting the Foodbank in order to keep everyone safe and to limit any exposure to the COVID-19 virus.
Anyone who has a delivery for the Foodbank is asked to call 262-853-4144 to make arrangements as well.
Thank you for your cooperation. Stay safe everyone!
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AMAZON SMILE PROGRAM
We have enrolled in the Amazon Smile Program. A simple and automatic way to donate to us when you buy items using your Amazon account from www.smile.amazon.com. A portion of the purchase price can be donated directly to us! To learn more about this program please visit https://smile.amazon.com/ch/39-1474292
For further information, please contact Arlene Odeja at 262-853-4144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are planning a Food Drive to benefit us, please call 262-853-4144 for a list of current needs. THANK YOU!
We give thanks for the continued generosity of the greater Union Grove communities. Our Foodbank survives solely on the donations we receive from these great communities. Without your help we would not be able to continue our mission.
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April 10, 2020 — We are extremely grateful for your recent generous monetary and gift cards to the Foodbank. Because of you we have been able to help nearly 30 families so far during this pandemic! And we will continue to do so! If anyone in our service area needs food assistance, please call 262-853-4144. While we are not accepting donations of food at this time, anyone can help by purchasing Piggly Wiggly gift cards at the Union Grove “Pig” and leaving them at the Customer Service desk earmarked for the Union Grove Area Foodbank. Or click on the “Donate” button below. THANK YOU!
The purpose of the Union Grove Area Foodbank is to initiate, conduct, or implement activities or programs intended to assist the distribution of food to people in emergency need situations. It is not the intention of the Foodbank to provide ongoing assistance where other community programs are already established.
How We Can Help
Our clients come from many walks of life but they share one thing in common: they need emergency food assistance. Maybe there is a job loss, ill health, bereavement, delays in benefits or other difficult situations. If your family needs assistance or you recognize a need in your church, school, or neighborhood, please give us a call so that we may help.