Donate Food

During COVID-19 situation, we are accepting food donations. Details below.

Donate food or personal items: We especially need toilet paper, canned food, Clorox wipes, other cleaning supplies for the clients. Bleach for us to help keep our pantry clean for our staff and volunteers as we run out of other supplies.

If you donate food please pull all the way around the back of our building (marked by the X on picture) at 2033 Fish Hatchery Road and volunteers will help you unload. THANK YOU!

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Our food pantry is located at 2033 Fish Hatchery Road.

MOST NEEDED FOODS LIST (Especially during time of COVID-19)
-Canned foods
-Cleaning supplies
-Diapers
-Hygiene products
-Toilet paper
-Bleach to keep our food pantry clean for staff and volunteers
-Then normal list of food donations below:
-Flour
-Sugar
-Cooking Oil (canola, olive, peanut, sesame or vegetable)
-Cereal (whole grain)
-Canned vegetables (low sodium)
-Canned fruit (in natural juices or light syrup)
-Canned salmon, tuna or chicken
-Rice (brown)
-Beans (kidney, pinto, garbanzo or black)
-Jelly/jam/honey
-Soup (low sodium)
-Spaghetti (whole wheat)
-Spaghetti sauce
-Meal-in-a-can
-Pancake mix
-Syrup (light)
-Ketchup

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Are you able to donate non-perishable food or fresh garden produce for local people in need?  Our large, customer-choice food pantry in Madison serves households from all across Dane County, and we welcome food contributions from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday. For all inquiries about the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry, please call (608) 257-0919.

“It helps out a lot. Sometimes food stamps are just not enough. Here, it’s more comfortable to get a little helping hand. There’s no judgment here.”
- Kendria, About Our Food Pantry