Welcome to Project Concern Cudahy / St. Francis
Project Concern is a non-profit organization serving low income residents of Cudahy and St. Francis with emergency food, clothing, household items and information/referrals.
Help is available because of donations of goods, volunteer services and financial contributions from individuals, churches, businesses, service organizations and the community.
Project Concern is sponsored by six congregations: Changing Lives Assembly of God, Cudahy United Methodist, Nativity of the Lord Catholic, Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic, St. John Ev. Lutheran and St. Mark’s Ev. Lutheran.
Project Concern of Cudahy-St. Francis Nutrition Policy
Safe & Healthy Food Pantry was adopted by Project Concern of Cudahy-St. Francis November of 2016. The program is a teaching model that improves the health of people who rely on our food pantry to meet their basic needs. MyPlate encourages healthy eating.
Project Concern MyPlate
MyPlate includes foods from the five food groups: Protein, Fruits, Vegetables, Grains and Dairy. Safe & Healthy Food Pantry is committed to the health and well being of people served by our food pantry and encourages contributions of preferred food items that are low in fat, sodium and added sugar and foods that contain whole grains.
Donations of Preferred Food Items include:
Project Concern Safe & Healthy Food Pantry agrees to:
Provide MyPlate nutrition education information
Adopt Intentional procurement strategies
Limit distribution of certain foods
10.01.2016: Community Cares News Fall 2016 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.
07.01.2016: Community Cares News Spring 2016 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.
10.01.2015: Community Cares News Fall 2015 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.
05.01.2015: Community Cares News Spring 2015 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.
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