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UNION GROVE — The Union Grove Area Food Bank is in need of donations to help stock their shelves.

Located at 826 Main St., Suite 2, in Union Grove, the food bank works to serve locals in need of emergency assistance. At this time, food bank volunteers are calling on those who are able to donate items to the food bank.

Items needed at Union Grove Area Food Bank

The Union Grove Area Food Bank is requesting the following items be donated:

  • Canned fruit
  • Canned veggies
  • Tuna and other canned meats
  • Mac and cheese
  • Noodles, canned pasta and spaghetti sauces
  • Boxed meals
  • Breakfast items
  • Paper products
  • Coffee
Union Grove Area Food Bank

Local food drives

A virtual food drive is being held by Amanda Kurt of Kurk Inc.

To make giving more accessible, an online Amazon Wish List has been created. View the list here.

Purchase via Amazon and items will be sent directly to the Kurk Inc. office and delivered to the food bank.

In addition, while not currently happening, it is anticipated that Napoli Pizza and Pasta will be hosting a food drive soon. Stay tuned for more information.

Drop off

Considering making a donation?

Donations can be dropped off from 9 to 11 a.m. at the food bank on Wednesday mornings.

Additionally, drop-off locations include St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church, 3320 S. Colony Ave., and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 1600 Main St., during normal business hours.


Stay up to date with what items are needed at the food bank by following the Union Grove Area Food Bank on Facebook, calling 262-853-4144, or by emailing


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