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Food Pantry

Need Help with Food?

Our food pantry has a large selection of fresh produce, bread, meat, dairy, dry goods and more. We also offer personal-care items, pet food and household cleaning products. Some months, rent, utilities, bus fare, medical bills or fixing the car have stretched your budget and there’s nothing left to buy food this month. We can help.

How to get food:
  • Outdoor, drive-through service. Staff and volunteers will load food into your car.
  • Use Pantry2Home to order food online. Please note, Pantry2Home online ordering is subject to closures once it reaches capacity each week. If online ordering is closed, please check back at a later date for more open times; or, visit visit the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry outdoor drive-through.

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2033 Fish Hatchery Road
Madison, WI 53713


10:30am - 2:30pm


10:30am - 2:30pm




2:30pm - 6:00pm


10:30am - 2:30pm





Food pantry webinar

Chris Kane, Senior Director of Client Services, and Julie Bennett, CEO & Executive Director, shared a webinar on the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry. They discussed how the pantry responds to unexpected challenges, how new methods of getting people food are working and what the future holds for the pantry.

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Pantry2Home online food ordering

Choose your food and your pickup day (same-day pick up NOT possible). Order will be available for pick up on the next weekday selected. If you order on Monday and choose Tuesday, it will be ready on Tuesday. If you order on Monday and choose Monday, it will be ready the following Monday (7 days later). When you come to the pantry to pick up your order, drive through the line and tell the check-in person you are picking up an order. Staff will load your food into your vehicle. Please note, Pantry2Home is subject to periodic closures. If Pantry2Home online ordering is unavailable please check back in a few days for more open times.

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Monthly food delivery for older adults:

Through Food Bridge, if you are a low-income older adult living in Madison or Monona, you may be eligible to receive a food delivery once a month. NewBridge Madison staff will work with clients to deliver food at a mutually convenient time. Click the link below or call NewBridge Madison at (608) 512-0000.

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Debit-like card to purchase groceries:

The QUEST Card is a debit-like card you can use to buy groceries and stretch your budget. FoodShare (also known as SNAP, EBT or Food Stamps), a federal program, deposits money on the QUEST Card once per month. The card is accepted at most grocery stores in Wisconsin. If you live in Dane County and need help applying, call or text Julia at (608) 807-9006.

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