The Virtual Food Pantry is now OPEN! You will be able to order your groceries online through our portal. This ordering system will allow you to select your groceries and the day/time you pick them up! Skip the wait!
Note: Appointments are not required but encouraged for timely service.
Want to get started? Drop in at Door #5 for the LAST Monday of every month from 10-11am or 3-4pm and get a quick lesson from our Pantry Manager.
Due to federal guidelines, we can only serve Kenosha County residents. Please bring an ID for everyone in the household and a recent piece of mail (bill, legal doc, etc..)
You are welcome back to pick up groceries once per month.
A. Go to the Pantry Order Form online at least 48 hours before you’d like to pick up your groceries.
B. (FIRST TIME ONLY) Create an account with SoxBox. It will ask you to confirm your account with an email address. You must confirm through the email you receive right away. Please check your spam. The email will come from firstname.lastname@example.org.
C. Once your account is created, you may select the date/time you would like to pick up your preferred grocery items.
D. Please include any requests or needs and we will do our best to accommodate you!
A. You will receive an email and/or phone call 48 hours before your appointment. Please confirm, change, or cancel your appointment. You must confirm your order to ensure a timely appointment.
B. Arrive during your selected date and time. Enter through Door #5.
C. Check in, and provide any missing documents.
NOTE: We require a photo ID, birth certificate, Forward Health card, and/or school registration document for ALL members in the household. We also require one piece of mail dated within the last 30 days that has a name of someone in the household.
D. Then, get your pre-packed cart of groceries! It is that easy!
Confused? Having trouble? If you are unable to complete the online forms, please drop in during a teaching session. Last Monday of every month from 10am-11am and 3pm-4pm at Door #5. Come for a few minutes and get set up with Food Pantry Manager Abby today! We would be happy to serve you.
Please call 262-658-1713 ext. 100 or email email@example.com for all questions and concerns.
Do I need to order online?Abby2022-09-21T19:35:37-05:00
You do not need to order your groceries online. However, ordering online is recommended as it will be easier, faster, and what you need! We cannot guarantee that walk-ins for Food Pantry will be able to select their groceries. This is based on availability and supplies.
How do I get my senior box?Abby2023-07-10T20:29:12-05:00
The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is for persons of at least 60 years of age that income qualify. You can find the income limits HERE. A pre-packed dry goods box, supplied by the USDA, is available once a month per person and can be picked up when you arrive.
This box is available once per month during normal pantry times, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30-11:30am. Please mention to the staff member that you would like a box when you check in.
Boxes are also delivered on the first Wednesday of the month to senior living facilities in Kenosha. If you are interested in delivery, please call to see if your building is eligible. Please call 262-658-1713 ext. 100.
How do I know if I’m eligible to receive groceries?Abby2023-07-10T20:26:56-05:00
Shalom Center participates in The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) which holds guidelines for limits on household income. This eligibility can be found HERE. We are also unable to serve residents outside of Kenosha County. Please call 211 for additional services in your area.
The Shalom Center also participates in Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) Senior Box program. The Senior Box is for persons of at least 60 years of age that income qualify. You can find the income limits HERE. A pre-packed dry goods box, supplied by the USDA, is available once a month per person and can be picked up when you arrive on pantry days: Wednesday/Friday, 8:30am-11:30am.
Of course! Explainations online or over the phone can be hard… So drop in ANYTIME from 10-11am or 3-4pm on the LAST Monday of any month. Come by Door #5 and meet our Pantry Manager. Bring your mobile device and we will get you started and ordering like a pro!
Over 1.1 million pounds of food were distributed in 2022.
12,505 households served from our pantry in 2022.
600 senior boxes are also packed in our warehouse to be distributed to elderly neighbors in our community.
Shalom Center is a 501(C)3 in Kenosha County serving as the only homeless shelter, largest food pantry, and longest running nightly meal program. Shalom Center is a community resource that provides housing, food, guidance, and support to individuals and families in need across our community. Our mission is simple: serve the community through food, shelter and supportive ways. We believe that this mission will help realize a greater vision: self-sufficiency by maximizing the potential of people we serve.