At MCFI, people of all ages and all abilities get the support they need to reach greater independence and live fuller, more enriching lives.
We are proud to be part of a partnership that offers nearly 100 free meal sites throughout the Milwaukee area to feed kids.
We are partnering with the Hunger Task Force and Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee to offer free healthy meals to children ages 18 and younger.
The Hunger Task Force created a map outlining all meals sites and hours of operation (click on button below to view the map). Children do not need to be members or students of a particular school or program to receive free meals at those sites.
Families or caretakers may pick up meals for the children in their household (up to three meals per day for up to seven days). Meals include a protein, a fruit or vegetable, a healthy grain and a carton of milk. These meals are absolutely free and do not require identification or paperwork.Locations for meals
The Milwaukee Center for Independence opened its doors in 1938, helping WWII immigrants find jobs — and refuge. Today, our impact is just as compelling. We help people in need, from newborns to the elderly, gain greater independence.Learn More
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