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Help Interchange Food Pantry by Coordinating a Food Drive

Help Interchange Food Pantry by Coordinating a Food Drive

Support Interchange Food Pantry by organizing a food drive today! Unfortunately, we are not getting enough products from our usual sources due to supply chain issues, and our inventory is dwindling. As a result, we are calling on our partners to organize food drives to help stock the pantry. The food pantry is counting on … Continue reading

Support Interchange Food Pantry with a Donation Today

Support Interchange Food Pantry with a Donation Today

Help support the Interchange Food Pantry! On average, IFP helps about 30,000 Milwaukee individuals struggling with food insecurity each year. These guests are the beneficiaries of your contributions and our commitment to provide nutritious food with a strong emphasis on fresh fruits and vegetables. Children represent 47% of those we serve, and we are committed … Continue reading

Interchange Food Pantry featured in Spectrum News 1 story

Interchange Food Pantry featured in Spectrum News 1 story

Interchange Food Pantry and our dedicated volunteers were recently featured in a story from Spectrum News 1 Milwaukee on the impact of rising food prices. “A Milwaukee food pantry that serves high-quality food to its guests asking for community help. The Interchange Food Pantry is fundraising, hoping to keep up with the rising prices of … Continue reading

Due to the unsafe travel conditions and the possibility of freezing rain throughout the day, the Interchange Food Pantry will be closed Tuesday, February 22, 2022. The pantry will re-open on Wednesday, February 23rd from 4 pm to 6 pm.  

Due to the unsafe travel conditions and the possibility of freezing rain throughout the day, the Interchange Food Pantry will be closed Tuesday, February 22, 2022. The pantry will re-open on Wednesday, February 23rd from 4 pm to 6 pm.  

The pantry will be open on Wednesday. We believe our guests deserve the very best; it’s why we have the Fresh Fruits and Vegetable Program. Most pantry guests (over 33,000 guests served in 2021) live in food deserts where needs are greatest and have limited access to fresh produce. Our fresh produce budget for 2022 … Continue reading