Social Services, Benefits Counseling, Resource Help, Food Pantry, Homeless Outreach & Verification.

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We're always in need of basic Hygiene items. These get put together in care packages and handed when we do our late night outreaches.

Items don't need to be name brand.

But we do ask they be Unopened and

Unused before donating them.

Travel sized items work best.


Many homeless and low income families placed in new homes through federal programs are given keys and nothing else. Because we accept donations of recycled furniture, household items, toiletries, and appliances; we can supply these items to assist individuals on the road back to independence.

We do late night outreach. Finding where Homeless live. We help them obtain assistance with housing and medical care. We provide meals, hygiene items, clothing and other much needed necessities for them to survive and feel normal.

Donations help us tremendously. Both with the pantry and our outreach for the homeless.

And when.

Always Need

What to donate...

Food Needs

Fresh fruits and vegetables, bread, frozen meats and other perishable items are accepted.

But should be dropped off on Food Pantry Days!

Feeding His Flock Inc. is a non-profit organization exclusively with charitable purposes under section 501(c)3. The business of the organization may be conducted as a food pantry, homeless outreach, and/or shelter/transitional living services. 
  • Soaps
    • Body Soaps & Washes
    • Shampoos
    • Conditioners
  • Toothbrushes
    • Tooth paste
    • Floss
    • Mouthwash
  • Hair Brushes & Combs
  • Toilet paper
  • Deodorant
    • Mens & Womens
  • Flush-able Wipes
  • Chap stick
  • Feminine Hygiene Products
  • Individual packs of Laundry Soap

Winter Needs

These are basic food donation idea items. You are not limited to them as all food donated can be used.

If you decide to purchase canned foods, please try to get the easy open tops. Many homeless people do not have can openers.

  • Canned Foods
    • ​Fruits and Vegetables. Meals such as Stews, Raviolis, and soups.
  • Grains
    • ​Rice, Oatmeal, and cereals.
  • Protiens
    • ​Canned meats like chicken and tuna. Peanut butter, nuts, and beans.
  • Dairy
    • ​​Boxed and low fat skim or almond milk
  • Snacks
    • ​​Granola and breakfast bars. Nuts. Small bags of chips.

We're not in it for the income.

We're in it for the outcome!

West Allis, Wisconsin 53214, United States
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  • Clothing
    • Coats, hoodies, sweat shirts and pants. Socks and Boots.
    • Hats, Gloves, scarves
  • Outdoor Living
    • Hand warmers
    • Candles
    • Tents
    • Blankets and sleeping bags