Welcome to Sussex Outreach Services
Call us at (262) 246-9860
We are located in the Civic Center building on Main St next to the Pauline Haass library.
N64 W23760 Main St. Sussex, WI 53089
Please use our back door, located on the East side of the building next to our large roller door. Please ring the doorbell and a volunteer will assist. The front door will remain closed until further notice.
Food Pantry Information and Distribution Hours
Monday - 5:30 to 7:00pm
Wednesday - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Saturday - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Updated 10/27/20 -
Food Pantry will operate as a drive thru until further notice, at least until April 30, 2021. NO CLOTHING OR HOUSEHOLD DONATIONS ACCEPTED. Since our clients are not coming in the building, they don't have access to the donated items. Our first priority is the safe distribution of food to those who need it.
Bring your ID and provide your address if you are new. Food is distributed at the drive thru and you receive items that are prepacked, including frozen meat, dairy, bread, and non-perishable items. You do not need to exit your vehicle and please have trunk space available for food. You can come once a week for food. Due to the dramatic increase in pantry usage, we will only be serving those who live within the Hamilton School District. This was our policy until March and we are returning to it starting 10/28/2020.
ID is required for every pantry visit.
Sussex Outreach Services is the social ministry arm of the Cooperating Churches of Sussex (CCOS). We served 477 families, 1118 individuals in 2019. We helped them with food, clothing, counseling, educational training, preventive health programming and referrals. We serve all families and individuals in the Hamilton School District, which includes Sussex, the Town of Lisbon, Lannon, and parts of Merton, Butler, and Menomonee Falls. We are currently averaging 295 family visits a month.
It is the mission of Sussex Outreach Services (S0S), to meet the immediate and long term needs of individuals and families in the Hamilton School District by providing food, informational resources, client advocacy and general assistance. SOS builds community awareness and volunteerism to encourage our community members to help support our mission in their own unique way.
To improve lives and build strong community awareness through: supportive listening, awareness, assistance, and advocacy.
SOS is an equal opportunity provider.