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608-255-0376
A guide to restaurant employment standards in downtown Madison for those interested in service conditions at the places where they dine, or those looking for work. Available for download in English and Spanish. food labor
Food Enterprise and Economic Development (FEED) Kitchens
1219 N. Sherman Ave., 53704
608-204-7015
feedmanager@northsidemadison.org
Shared-use food processing kitchen and food business incubator. Five commercial kitchens, with specialized equipment for baking, produce preparation and processing, and deli prep and meat processing. food development
Northside Sunday Supper

608-661-0060
director@northsidemadison.org
Four times yearly (March, June, Sept., Dec.) neighborhood/community meal put on by north-side volunteers at the Warner Park Community Recreation Center. See the "Northside News" for dates and volunteer opportunities. food community
Sunshine Supper
office: c/o Sunshine Place, 18 Rickel Rd., Sun Prairie, 53590

sunshinesupper@gmail.com
Free community meal prepared by a community of school, church, civic, and professional volunteers. 5:30 pm Mondays, 1632 W. Main St., Suite 200, Sun Prairie. food community
Madison Meet and Eat


City-sponsored summer food cart/neighborhood event with picnic tables provided. neighborhood food
Madison Homebrewers and Tasters Guild
PO Box 1365, Madison 53701

Homebrewing and beer appreciation group, sponsors Great Taste of the Midwest beer festival every August, Badger Brew-Off and more. Meets at 8:30 pm first Wednesdays at the Wil-Mar Center. food hobby beer
Eat for Equity-Madison


eatforequitymadison@gmail.com
Feasts for a cause. From-scratch meals from local and organic ingredients to benefit such groups as Domestic Abuse Intervention Services and Centro Hispano. advocacy social food
Slow Food Madison

608-616-0736
info@slowfoodmadison.org
Madison chapter holds classes and events centered around good, clean and fair food and beverages, including Urban Market Forage field trips, tastings, film screenings and dinners. food
Growing Power Madison
c/o Resilience Research Center, 501 E. Badger Rd., 53713
608-358-5834
Local project office of the Milwaukee-based sustainable agriculture organization based at the Resilience Research Center. Hosts free community dinners on the last Thursdays and volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Also provides low-cost, fresh-food market baskets each week. sustainability food environment green
Madison SOUP


madisonsoup@gmail.com
Local citizens share a meal every other month and pool resources to contribute to a micro-grant to be donated toward an effort that will have a positive impact on the Madison community. $10 admission fee goes for meal costs and the micro-grant. Part of the Sunday Soup Network. food community
Fitchburg Fields
PO Box 259876, 53725
608-535-2584
fitchburgfields@gmail.com
Garden providing produce for local food pantries; classes in food preservation. volunteer food conservation
Weston A. Price Foundation Madison Chapter

608-221-8696
zgraff@charter.net
Nutrient-dense foods education and activism. Meets at 7 pm second Thursdays at the Wil-Mar Center. food education activism
Sun Prairie Emergency Food Pantry
PO Box 611, Sun Prairie, 53590
608-513-1044
For Sun Prairie School District residents; open 10 am-2 pm Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 5-7 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays; and 9 am-noon Saturdays, in the Sunshine Place complex, 18 Rickel Rd. Note: Last Tuesday of the month is replaced by mobile pantry hours. food families
Slow Food UW


slowfooduw@gmail.com
Connecting people interested in experiencing and preserving food traditions. Programs include a campus cafe, Family Dinner nights, Celebrate South Madison and Market Baskets. food
Middleton Outreach Ministry
3502 Parmenter St., Middleton, 53562
608-836-7338
info@momhelps.org
Walk-in food pantry (including clothing/supplies), 10 am-2 pm Mon.-Thurs.; 9 am-noon Fri.-Sat. First-timers pre-register: 608-836-7338. food
Independent Living Meals on Wheels
602 N. Segoe Rd., 53705
608-204-0923
meals@independentlivinginc.org
Evening meals delivered 4:30-6 pm in the greater Madison area; gluten-free, vegetarian, low sodium and other options. Volunteer drivers welcomed. food seniors
Madison East Seventh-Day Adventist Church
910 Femrite Dr., 53716
608-221-3386
4:30-7 pm, second and fourth Tuesdays. Call 608-513-5208 to register 8 am-noon Mondays. food
East Madison Community Center
8 Straubel Ct., 53704
608-249-0861
info@eastmadisoncc.org
Walk-in pantry, 3-6 pm second Tuesdays; food, household items and clothing noon-3 pm, fourth Tuesdays. food
Lussier Community Education Center
55 S. Gammon Rd., 53717
608-833-4979
info@lcecmadison.org
Walk-in pantry, 7-8 pm Wednesdays and noon-1 pm Saturdays. food
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church-Central
5701 Raymond Rd., 53711
608-271-6633
Walk-in pantry, 10 am-noon and 5:30-7 pm Thursdays for residents of 53711 and 53719 zips. food
Allied Food Pantry
4619 Jenewein Rd., 53711
608-204-9722
Walk-in pantry 10 am-noon and 6-7:30 pm Wednesdays. food
St. Vincent de Paul
2033 Fish Hatchery Rd., 53713
608-257-0919 ext. 442
Walk-in, 10:30 am-2:30 pm Mon.-Tue. and Fridays; 2:30 pm-6:30 pm Thursdays; 9:30-11:30 am Saturdays. food
Centro Hispano
810 W. Badger Rd., 53713
608-255-3018
kent@chdc.us
Walk-in pantry, 1:30-4:30 pm Wednesdays. food
Catholic Multicultural Center
1862 Beld St., 53713
608-661-3512
andy@cmctoday.org
Pantry 2:30-4 pm Tuesdays (registration 1 pm) and 10:30 am-noon Thursdays (registration 9:30 am). Community meal 4-5 pm Mon.-Fri. and 11 am-noon Sat.-Sun. food
River Food Pantry
2201 Darwin Rd., 53704
608-442-8815
river@riverfoodpantry.org
Walk-in pantry open to all Dane County residents, 11:30 am-1 pm and 5-6:30 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays; 6-7 pm Fridays. Meals served during evening hours. Bring proof of address and household size. Clothes are also available. food
United Way 211
PO Box 7548, 53707
2-1-1 or 608-246-4357
unitedway2-1-1@uwdc.org
Information and referral service that connects people to a variety of community resources. food
Partner Shares Program
PO Box 7814, 53714
608-226-0300
info@macsac.org
FairShare CSA Coalition cost-sharing program to link low-income and special-needs households with fresh, organic produce through local community supported agriculture farms; applications preferred by mid-April yearly. grants food
Savory Sunday

608-233-6967
savorysunday@gmail.com
Volunteers serve food to the homeless 2 pm Sundays, James Madison Park (Memorial Day to Labor Day); Capitol basement fall/winter. Also need volunteer cooks 11 am Sundays; see website for signup. volunteer food
Second Harvest Foodbank
2802 Dairy Dr., 53718
608-233-9121
info@shfbmadison.org
Warehouses and distributes donated food; Field to Foodbank program; Kids Cafe program; Mobile Pantry; food fund. Donations and volunteers always welcome. food
First United Methodist Church
203 Wisconsin Ave., 53703
608-251-4407
kandro@fumc.org
10 am-noon Mondays and Wednesdays; 5:30-6:30 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays. On-site registration during day of visit. Free to-go meals for the homeless 9 am-noon, Mon.-Thur.; community breakfast 9 am Monday and Wednesday. food
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