The Hunger Task Force provides free food and training to a local network of 80 food pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters in Milwaukee County.
Hunger Task Force also advocates for effective anti-hunger policies and programs, organizes for change, educates the community and fosters food-related economic development.
If you or someone you know needs emergency food, or for more information on community meal programs and food pantries call Impact at 2-1-1. To call using a cell phone, dial (414) 773-0211. To call using a pay phone, dial toll free (866) 211-3380. An operator will help you locate the closest emergency food pantry and/or meal program in your area.
The Hunger Task Force offers assistance to older adults including those who are homebound with applying for FoodShare, Medicaid, Medicare Savings Programs, SeniorCare, and Stockboxes. Contact Tammy, the senior benefit specialist at 414-588-7132.