Supporting Families in Need Since 2012

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Welcome to Saukville Community Food Pantry!

We are a non-profit organization providing warm meals, groceries, school supplies and support to families in need in Ozaukee County. The number of families served has grown tremendously since we opened our doors in 2012. In the first month of operation, the pantry helped 23 families. Today, we serve over 400 families a month and help over 750 families a year.

Saukville Community Food Pantry has created a shopping experience for our families to allow them to choose the foods that work best for their family and any dietary needs they may have. Outside of the needs of the pantry we provide a free meal site, holiday meal boxes, mobile food pantries, a Back 2 School Fair and a Back Pack Fridays Program in the Port Washington / Saukville School District.

If you would like to help our expanding organization, please click here.

Next Open Pantry

  • December 1, 5:00 pm

Next Mini Pantry

  • November 29, 1:00 pm

Next Meal Site

  • December 10, 11:30 am

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Get Groceries

Saukville Community Food Pantry is fully stocked with perishable and non-perishable food items to help your family relieve any food insecurity you might be experiencing.

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Saukville Community Food Pantry is successfully run by a group of committed volunteers. Let us know if you would like to be part of this amazing group.

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Ways to Give

Monetary donations or donations of food are both ways you can help the Pantry end hunger in Ozaukee County.

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Host a Food Drive

Food Barrels for Collecting

Food Drives are a fun and engaging way to connect friends or colleagues together to end hunger.

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PWSB is generously matching up to $25,000 from area businesses for the SCFP Capital Campaign!


Port Washington State Bank and the Saukville Community Food Pantry are teaming up to make a major impact in the county for families in need. Port Washington State Bank has pledged to match, dollar-for-dollar, 25 donations from 25 businesses totaling $25,000 to help raise the capital needed for the pantry to begin occupancy of the former Tri-Par building at the corner of South  Main Street and Green Bay Avenue. We’re seeking 25 businesses to donate $1,000 each, and if we meet our goal, our capital campaign will have an additional $50,000 by November 25, thanks to our friends at PWSB! Not a local business? You can still help! Please consider contacting your employer, your favorite local business, or your favorite service group to help spread the word. Each local business will be recognized in our newsletter and on the Food Pantry’s Facebook page. Checks can be mailed to the food pantry or you can make a donation online at: