Nutrition ServicesProviding food security in Milwaukee County.
Food: it’s one of our most basic needs. Yet, according to the Wisconsin Food Security Project, 1 in 12 Wisconsin households lack the food they need to thrive.
That’s why SDC’s Nutrition Services team is working in the community and providing an important link to critical resources.
From schools to daycare centers, SDC had an average of 4,000 children enrolled to receive nutrition services in 2020. Additionally, during the height of the pandemic, SDC’s Nutrition Services provided 14,000 individual meals monthly to four hotels for homeless individuals and families in Milwaukee County.
As a Community Action Agency, we provide resources to help people move beyond poverty. Sometimes this means making sure that people have food to eat.
In addition to our Emergency Food Pantry, SDC provides fresh and healthy food options to Milwaukee County residents through local partnerships. Find out how you can get involved in our Summer Food Program or Youth Food Program.
Summer Food Program
We know many people are struggling to feed their families and we are working hard to provide healthy meals. The Social Development Commission (SDC)’s Summer Food Service Program has sponsored many sites throughout Milwaukee County over the years.Learn more
Youth Food Program
SDC’s Youth Food Program provides infant formula, cereal and baby food to Head Start and daycare centers in Milwaukee County. During the school year, meals are served daily at daycare centers, tutorial programs and after-school recreation centers.Learn more
SDC offers a choice food pantry to assist individuals and families facing food insecurities. Our food pantry is available to families, seniors, and individuals in zip codes 53223, 53224, and 53225 at SDC’s Northwest site.Learn more
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