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The following resources can help you with your food needs:

  • NWTC's Shared Harvest provides 1 prepackaged bag of food per week for students. Visit the Student Support Services office on the Green Bay campus in room SC133 (next to the Buzz) to pick up the bag. Bags are also available at Marinette, Sturgeon Bay and all Regional Learning Centers. NEW: Shopping option: choose your own groceries!
  • FoodShare is a government program that helps eligible low-income Wisconsin residents buy the food they need for good health. Apply for FoodShare in the Student Support Services office (SC133), online at www.access.wi.gov, or by calling 855-293-1822.
  • Food pantries - There are over 29 food pantries in Brown County alone. You can access a listing at www.adrcofbrowncounty.org or can get a printed listing by visiting SC133. The list also indicates where hot meals are served.
  • WIC program is a federally funded program that provides food vouchers for pregnant and nursing women and for children under the age of 5. Call these numbers for more information: Green Bay East side 920-437-8368, Green Bay West side 920-431-0243.

Contact Student Support Services for further assistance by visiting SC133, calling 920-498-6258, or emailing supportservices@nwtc.edu.

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