Sussex Outreach Services food pantry provides food, clothing and basic housewares to our clients.
In order to register for food pantry services, please present proof of residency (for example, a current bill or lease) and a picture ID to the Food Pantry worker during distribution hours. Each family member must also present some type of documentation. This documentation includes medical cards, immunization records, birth certificates, passports, drivers license or state/military/tribal ID.
ID is required for every pantry visit.
Clients can visit the pantry two times per month. ID is required for every pantry visit. If you are unable to visit the pantry during regular hours, you can contact us at 262-246-9860 to make arrangements for another individual to shop for you.
Mondays 5:30 to 7:00pm
Wednesday 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm
N64 W23760 Main St. Sussex, WI 53089
Phone: (262) 246-9860
Food Pantry Current Needs
- Toothbrushes and Toothpaste
- Mac and Cheese
- Ramen Noodles
- Individual Oatmeal packets
- Baking Products - flour, sugar, brown sugar, cooking spray, etc
- Jello and Pudding - boxes and individual cups
- Pasta Sides - flavored pastas
- Dish Soap
Donations may be dropped off at the Food Pantry from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Monday through Friday, also during Pantry hours on Monday evenings and Saturday mornings. There is a large donation shed directly next to our side door, at N64 W23760 Main St., where items can be placed at any time. The doors to the shed are on the west side of the shed. Please do not leave any donations outside our doors.
We accept gently used clothing for children and adults, along with housewares, games, puzzles, and toys. We are unable to accept electronics and items larger than a microwave. We are not able to accept donations of furniture.
All of the clothing and housewares items are available to our clients at no cost to them. Your donations will help those in need right here in your own community. Having these items allow our clients access to vital items for their homes, in addition to the food that is provided.
SOS is an equal opportunity provider.