During these harsh economic times many families are finding it financially difficult to make rent/mortgage payments and still provide food for their families. If this is the case, there are places that will provide you and your family with food supplies (see the list below).
To see if you or a family member might be eligible for Food Share, Medicaid, Badger Care Plus, WIC, The Emergency Food Assistance Program, and more, click here.
In Fond du Lac
Fondy Food Pantry
Contact: St. Vincent De Paul at (920) 922-3650
Broken Bread St. Paul’s Cathedral
51 W. Division St
Open: Fridays 1-5pm - free meal and groceries
Loaves & Fishes at Church of Peace
158 S. Military Rd
Open: Mondays and Wednesdays 5:30pm, carry outs available at 5 pm
The Work-n-Wheels auto loan program is designed to help income eligible families and individuals with assistance in obtaining an affordable and dependable vehicle. Qualified persons may receive a 30-month interest-free loan to purchase a reliable vehicle under $5,000. Program participants are responsible for title, tax and license fees and must provide proof of full coverage auto insurance. Participants must also possess a valid driver's license and demonstrate ability to repay the loan.
The Work-n-Wheels vehicle repair program helps low-income individuals and families keep their vehicles in reliable condition in order to get to work. Qualified persons may receive a maximum of 75% of the cost of needed repairs interest-free up to $1,000. Participants must be pre-approved for repairs and meet income guidelines.
For more information on the Work-N-Wheels program, please contact Sue Pomplun, Work-N-Wheels Coordinator at (920)426-0150 or email@example.com.
More info can be found here: http://wiscap.org/advocaps-work-n-wheels-transportation-program-awarded-grant/