Paul's Pantry was started as a result of a need to care for hungry people in the community who are unable to purchase enough food for their family as a result of their meager or no incomes...


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Paul's Pantry handles nearly 20,000 pounds of food daily. To accomplish this, the pantry relies almost entirely upon volunteers. Members of clubs, schools, churches and business are welcome to volunteer as a group or individually. For more information or to schedule your group, please call 433-0343.


Monetary donations are used to cover operating expenses. Once those expenses have been met Paul's Pantry can then use funds for supplemental food purchases which include milk, eggs, hamburger, chicken, rice, peanut butter and other nutritious foods.


Each day Paul's Pantry distributes over thirty different perishable fruits and vegetables, usually five types of dairy products, fresh and frozen meats, and various types of bakery.In addition there are many non-perishable food items such as cereal, soups, macaroni & cheese, canned meats & stews, canned vegetables and fruit.

                                                     UPCOMING EVENTS                            

             November 16 - 22 - Brown County Hunger & Homeless Awareness Week 

At 8:30 am on Tuesday morning November 18th please join us at Paul's Pantry, 1520 Leo Frigo Way in Green Bay, for the  Hunger & Homeless Awareness Press Conference.

Guest speakers include Bishop David L. Ricken, Catholic Diocese of Green Bay. Mayor Jim Schmitt and County Executive Troy Streckenbach will deliver a Proclamation. Craig Robbins Director of Paul's Pantry will address hunger and Shannon Wienandt Director of House of Hope will speak on homelessness.

 Click here to print a flyer with the entire week's activities. (English)        (Spanish)

Since 1984 Paul's Pantry has distributed over 90 million pounds of food to the needy of Brown County.

                                   God bless you for Caring and Sharing!

Paul's Pantry was one of the first food pantries to seek available surplus food from the marketplace, and helped enact change in Wisconsin State statutes regarding liability and exemption for food donors.

With your help Paul's Pantry continues to break new ground in the area of food distribution to those in need.