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Building Communities Food Drive

As the “Stay at Home” executive order continues to be in place by the State of Wisconsin, our team recognizes that there are many families in need right now.  Going now, through the end of the “Stay At Home” executive order, our stores will be a drop off location for non-perishable items.

The “Building Communities Food Drive” collection will take place at all three stores, located in Tomah, Sparta, and Richland Center.  Many community families are struggling because they are not allowed to go to work.   In trying to keep the Coronavirus spread to a minimum, the Food Pantries prefer to limit the amount of traffic at their pantries to those in need.  We are accepting the donations on their behalf and will deliver to them our collections weekly.  Even the smallest of donations will be appreciated by those in need right now.

Donations collected will be delivered weekly to the Neighbor for Neighbor Food Pantry in Tomah, Coulee Cap Monroe County Food Pantry in Sparta, and Richland Community Food Pantry in Richland Center.  Please see the lists below if you’re not sure what to bring in.  Non-Perishable Donations can be dropped off during our store hours, 7-5 Monday through Friday, 8-5 on Saturday or 9-5 on Sunday.

Neighbor for Neighbor Food Pantry
Biggest Need includes:
Instant Oatmeal
Tuna Fish
Canned Fruit
Canned Meats (stew, spam, pasta w/meatballs)
Meal Helpers and Soup
Pasta and Sauce, Mac and Cheese
Oatmeal and Boxed Cereal
Lentils, Rice, Dried Beans or Peas
Personal Items (Soap, Laundry Detergent, Deodorant, etc.)

Coulee Cap Monroe County Food Pantry
Items Needed:
Canned veggies
Dry beans
Mac & cheese
Canned fruit
Personal items (Toilet paper, Soap, Toothbrushes/toothpaste)

Richland Community Food Pantry
Items Needed:
Canned Vegetables
Boxed Cereal
Other items Accepted:
Canned veggies
Mac & cheese
Canned fruit