Area Business’s/Food Stores Generously Help Us to Meet Nutritional Needs
South Milwaukee Human Concerns (SMHC) thanks our local business’s / food store partner/donors who generously work with us to help keep our food pantry stocked. We serve clients four days a week and one Saturday per month, and the quality of donated items received are key to meeting our community’s nutritional needs. Big thanks to:

  • American Legion (SM)
  • Azteca Mexican Restaurant
  • Barbiere’s Italian Restaurant
  • BMO Harris Bank (SM)
  • Caterpillar Mining Corp.
  • Cousins Subs (SM)
  • Cummin’s Power
  • Divine Mercy Parish
  • Dollar General
  • Dollar Tree
  • Eaton Corporation
  • Emerald City Catering
  • First Congregational Church
  • Gordon Flesch Corporation
  • Gordon Food Service (GFS)
  • McDonald’s (SM)
  • Meijer’s

  • North Western Mutual
  • Parkway Floral
  • Pick n’ Save
  • Piggly Wiggly
  • PPG Industries, Inc.
  • Skyline Catering
  • S.M. Lion’s & Leo’s
  • S.M. United Methodist Church
  • South Shore Chiropractic
  • Southbound
  • Spirit’s Bar & Grill
  • St. Luke’s United Church of Christ
  • St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
  • Tap Room
  • Tri-City Bank (SM)
  • Trinity Lutheran Church
  • Walmart (SM)

Please patronize the businesses that support SMHC.

Our Non-Profit Partner: Hunger Task Force
SMHC also receives generous free food supplies from our major non-profit supporter, Hunger Task Force. Our long-time affiliation with Hunger Task Force is especially valuable to the on-going operation of SMHC. For more information on the vital work that Hunger Task Force does through the region, go to:

Resources and Helpful Information
South Milwaukee

Milwaukee County – Energy Assistance

Wisconsin – FoodShare (food stamps) and BadgerCare (health care) Application

Federal Government – Affordable Apartment Search,Wisconsin



South Milwaukee Human Concerns
Location: 1029 Milwaukee Avenue
Mailing: P.O. Box 314, South Milwaukee, WI 53172
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