The Food Pantry is
working with Western Dairyland Community Action Agency to help
individuals, families, and seniors in Trempealeau County meet their
food needs through the assistance of The Emergency Food Assistance
One member per household may apply and will be asked to declare gross
income for all household members. Current (2016) income guidelines for
eligibility to participate in the food distribution program are:
||Total Monthly Household
Household Income Limit
households with more than 10 people, add $7696 per additional
Identification showing your
current address that includes the street or fire number is required.
This could be a current utility bill, driverís license, MA card, rent
receipt, credit card, etc. You will be asked to give the names and
birth dates of everyone living in your household. Homebound individuals
and others who cannot come to the food pantry because of illness, work,
etc., may arrange for someone else to pick up food for them by sending
along a signed note giving permission to pick up the food.
Rules for acceptance and participation in the program are the same for
everyone without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age,
sex or disability.
The pantry is completely staffed by unpaid volunteers from Christ
Lutheran and Holy Family Catholic Churches of Arcadia. The people and
businesses of our area are very generous in their support of the
Arcadia Food Pantry for Trempealeau County enabling us to help
approximately 150 households every month.
Food Pantry for Trempealeau County is open December 17 from 2 until 5
PM. and is located at Strum's Immanuel Lutheran Church, 109 Elm Street,
For emergency assistance dial 211 First Call for help.