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Food pantry needs growing

Food pantries in Door and Kewaunee counties need your help to keep their shelves stocked.  A CNBC report from last year showed 40 percent of Americans experienced food insecurity at the height of the pandemic. Federal programs like the Farmers to Families food boxes helped fill the need for a while, but traffic at pantries has picked up as those programs have expired. United Way of Door County Executive Director Amy Kohnle says that is especially true at Door County’s 24-hour food pantries.

You can help out local food pantries by donating money to the Door County Food Pantry Coalition or by dropping off items at sites across the county. Thrivent will be hosting a food drive on October 13th to support the Door County Food Pantry Coalition at Sunset Park in Sturgeon Bay from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

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