The Jewish response to community hunger
It’s our goal to close the Jewish Community Pantry. But we’ll only do that when there’s no more hunger.
The Jewish Community Pantry, an effort co-sponsored by the JCC and the Women’s Philanthropy of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, provides emergency food to individuals and families in crisis throughout the greater Milwaukee community. Connecting clients to community resources, while increasing our community’s awareness of hunger’s impact and working to alleviate its impact, the Pantry is our Jewish communal response to hunger in Milwaukee.
We can do something, so we do.
The Jewish Community Pantry reflects our commitment to the values of Tzedakah (justice) and Tikkun Olam (repair the world) and to serving community members in need of Kavod (respect).
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Mailing Address for donations 6255 N Santa Monica Blvd, Whitefish Bay, WI 53217
Pantry Located at 2900 West Center Street (entrance on 29th Street)
Thursdays 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Clients are served on a first-come, first-served basis. The pantry maintains a general food section, infant section, and a Kosher section. Identification is required for all visits.
View the Jewish Community Pantry story here:
"“Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) is very important in our family, and the Jewish Community Pantry exemplifies this concept by helping not only our Jewish community, but so many communities around us. We feel that it is necessary to support organizations that can help a diverse group and the Jewish Community Pantry does just that. It plays a vital role in the lives of so many.” "»
You can make a difference
It takes a community to run a community pantry. Together we can partner to build a healthier Milwaukee.
Want to get involved? Make a difference? Bring your values to life? Volunteer today at the Jewish Community Pantry, or throughout the JCC areas of service.Learn More »
Every dollar helps - and goes directly into feeding those in need with dignity and respect. Make a contribution to the Pantry today.Learn More »