Community Supported for Over 100 years - "Doing the Most Good" in the Fox Cities!

Free Noon Feeding Program at our Social Services Center

Feeding the person is the first step before you can feed the soul. unique and creates its own special needs, This free unique Noon Feeding Program in the Fox Cities is open to anyone who is need of a warm nutritious meal and is free. All the meals are prepared and served by our 'army' of volunteers.  This lunch program serves seven days a week and was started in 1985 to help local families in need.

Our program’s goal is to positively impact the hungry and food insecure in the Fox Valley community by providing free, nutritious, noon meals. We help the food insecure stretch their food budget. We help the homeless who are hungry. Children who do not have access to school meals in the summer can come to our program for a free noon meal with their families. Our focus is serving meals that meet the nutritional requirements to promote health and well-being in adults and children.

1 in 5 children and 1 in 9 adults faces food insecurity in Northeast Wisconsin. 1 in 8 people in Wisconsin faces hunger. Outagamie County has an estimated 10.7% food insecurity rate and Winnebago County has an estimated 12.1% food insecurity rate.

Our Noon Feeding program is able to serve meals seven days a week thanks to generous donors and many volunteers... who serve on average 3,000 warm nutritious noon meals each month to neighbors in need.

Red kettle donations help to fund this feeding program!

Meal Serving Times
Monday to Saturday: 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Volunteers Always Needed!

For additional information contact our Volunteer Coordinator 920-955-1230.