Kewaunee County Food Pantry maximizing impact with cash donations

By Paul Schmitt


Helping out about 150 families every month, the Kewaunee County Food Pantry in Algoma is looking to stock their shelves for the busy end of the year.  President Ken Marquardt says the most needed items at the pantry currently are canned foods.  He offers another idea that can make even more of a difference.



Marquardt adds that the pantry will typically get five to six pounds of food for a dollar of cash donations.  The Kewaunee County Pantry is open on Monday and Wednesdays for food pick-up from 11 am until 1 pm.

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