Emergency Food Pantry Information
Due to the COVID 19 Coronavirus, the FLC Food Pantry is operating a NO CONTACT Curbside food pantry only. Patrons MUST stay in their cars and a FLC food pantry volunteer will bring the food to the patron's trunk.
A picture ID is required and proof a residence for all family members is required for each visit to the food pantry.
Operation hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 A.M. to Noon.
We will try to remain open during these listed times for the duration of the COVID 19 Coronavirus crisis.
If we need to close for safety reasons, no volunteers available or no food available, a notification will be provided here. If you have any questions, please email Gail at [email protected]
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) Pantry
Serving all people in your household (children, adults and seniors)
Zip Codes Served: 53154 - Oak Creek and 53132 - Franklin
Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to Noon
Food for all - canned vegetables & fruit, breakfast cereal, soup, peanut butter, protein, lunch & dinner starches and milk
Food for babies and toddlers - formula, baby food, cereal, and toddler finger food
Wisconsin households are eligible to receive commodities at our pantry if the total gross income for the household does not exceed 185% of the federal poverty level.
Eligibility is based on self-declared income.
See eligibility guidelines below.
Income Eligibility Required
Family of 1 $1,967
Family of 2 $2,658
Family of 3 $3,349
Family of 4 $4,039
Family of 5 $4,730
Family of 6 $5,421
Family of 7 $6,111
Family of 8 $6,802
Family of 9 $7,493
Family of 10 $8,183
Monthly Family Income Levels: (for each additional person add $691)
To Receive Food: Bring a photo ID for all adults in the household, a current piece of mail (within last 30 days), proof of all minors (birth certificates, BadgerCare card, WIC Cards, School ID, school mail) and if you need infant formula, bring your WIC Folder every visit to the pantry.
Food and formula are supplied by Hunger Task Force, a supplier of free food to the hungry.
Food is also donated from St. Stephen’s Parishioners and community donors.
The Family Life Center is an equal opportunity provider.
The Family Life Center Food Pantry is supported by the Hunger Task Force, a supplier of free food.