Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us! Come and see what you can give and receive through service to our community!
Interested in bringing a group? If you are a group of 3 or more, please email email@example.com, or leave a voicemail at 414-301-1478, to inquire about available dates! Our in-office days are Tuesday through Friday, and our small staff dedicates much of their time to serving those in need. You can expect a response within 48 hours of your inquiry.
ST. CASIMIR SITE
Individuals are always welcome to drop in at our St. Casimir site on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday mornings!
Wednesday/Friday Food Prep
Come sort and stock non-perishable food items and fresh produce, unload food deliveries, and get to know your neighbors!
924 E. Clarke St. in St. Casimir Parish Hall. Volunteer entrance doors are on the west side of the building in the alley between the church and school. Monday through Friday is street parking only please.
Saturday Food Distribution
8:00-11:00am in St. Casimir Parish Hall.
Come eat a simple breakfast with your community and help distribute food to families in need!
Tuesday Food Distribution
4:00-6:30pm at Gaenslen Public School.
1250 E. Burleigh St. on the lower level of Gaenslen School across from the ABK Weaving Center.
Come help your neighbors register for food or assist them in shopping for their groceries! Enter through the main doors and tell security you are there to volunteer for the pantry.
Please sign up in advance by emailing
Urban Farm Site
We've partnered with Maglio Tomato and Groundworks MKE to grow and harvest fresh produce with and for our community.
Go to our Volunteer Sign Up to register for available times!
THE MAGLIO FARM
4287 North Port Washington Rd. Where the action is! Eleven hoop houses where we will be growing the produce for the pantry.
For more information, please visit our Volunteer Sign Up.
To schedule a group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Dominique at (414) 666-1533 or email@example.com if you have any other questions related to this signup.
“The sense of futility is one of the greatest evils of the day…People say, “What can one person do? What is the sense of our small effort?” They cannot see that we can only lay one brick at a time, take one step at a time; we can be responsible only for the one action of the present moment. But we can beg for an increase of love in our hearts that will vitalize and transform all our individual actions.”
– Dorothy Day