Food Pantry Locations and Hours

2017 Food Resource Guide

Burnett County
Monday, Tuesday, and Friday 10am - 3pm
26356 Lakeland Ave South, Webster, WI 54893
715-866-8151

Clark County - Loyal Community Food Pantry
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8:30am - 12:00pm
228 N. Main St., Loyal, WI 54446
715-383-4248

Rusk County
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 11:00am - 4:00pm
500 W. 9th Street North, Ladysmith, WI 54848
715-532-7542

Sawyer County
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 10:00am - 3:00pm
16058 W. Hwy 63, Hayward, WI 54843
715-634-5076

Taylor County
Monday and Friday 10:00am - 2:00pm
Wednesday 11:00am - 4:00pm
624 College St. Room#102, Medford, WI 54451
715-748-3063

Washburn County
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:00am - 4:00pm
608 Service Road, Spooner, WI 54801
715-635-3975

Fact Sheet for Food Pantries

Which categories does your program fall under?

Healthy Families and Sustainable Communities

How is your program funded?

ICAA's Food Pantries receive funding from The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)
TEFAP is a Federal program that provides food and a small amount of administrative funds to our 6 food pantries.
Thrift Stores in Burnett, Rusk, Sawyer, and Washburn counties provide the remainder of the funding for our pantries.

How many staff are employed through your program?

Our food pantries are primarily run by volunteers and a few staff members.

What services does your program offer?

Our Food Pantries help supplement the diets of low-income households, including elderly people, by providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost.

What community partners does your program work with?

We partner with Walmart, Gordy's Market, MarketPlace, Kwik Trip, and several other local grocery stores and bakeries.

Who qualifies for the services your program offers?

Any household that meets the federal poverty guidelines and lives in one of our six counties.

What volunteer opportunities are available through your program?

Our Food Pantries are always looking for volunteers to help with unloading trucks, picking up food donations, and the day to day operations of the food pantries.

Statistics:

In 2016 our food pantries provided Emergency Food Assistance to:
1630 Households composed of a total of 3,564 individuals
    2,642 Adults
    922 Children
We distributed 694,519 lbs of donated/purchased food and 301,541 lbs of USDA (TEFAP) food.

TEFAP Eligibility and Income Guidelines for 2017

Household Size Monthly Income Annual Income
1 $1,859 $22,311
2 $2,504 $30,044
3 $3,148 $37,777
4 $3,793 $45,510
5 $4,437 $53,243
6 $5,081 $60,976
7 $5,726 $68,709
8 $6,370 $76,442
9 $7,015 $84,175
10 $7,659 $91,908

For all households with more than 8 people, add $7,733 per additional person.

Last revised February 2, 2017

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