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 five congregations: Changing Lives Assembly of God, Nativity of the Lord Catholic, Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic, St. John Ev. Lutheran and St. Mark’s Ev. Lutheran.

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More Cudahy and Saint Francis residents now qualify for USDA foods at Project Concern Food Pantry

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Project Concern Food Pantry Update


Project Concern, your neighborhood emergency food pantry, clothing bank and resource center, continues to remain open during this health emergency to serve our neighbors in need.  Here is the latest update regarding our operations:

  • **We have been advised that our curbside method for food distribution will continue likely through the end of the year and potentially into 2021.
  • **We will not be able to accept clothing, household item or toy donations until we are allowed to open up to our families, likely in 2021 sometime.
  • We are still maintaining our standard business hours – no changes.
  • We still have plenty of food.
  • We still gratefully accept financial support.

Please note that regardless of when we re-open for families to come into the pantry, there will be certain restrictions/logistics we’ll need to put in place to help ensure the safety of everyone.  Please continue to check our website and our Facebook page for updated information, or feel free to call during pantry hours.

Thanks again to everyone that volunteers with us or supports us in some way.  As a community, we’ll get through these difficult times and be stronger for it.


Thank you to the Scott and Lynn Molitor Charitable Foundation for their generous gift.

Ray & Kay Eckstein Charitable Trust

Thank you to Ray & Kay Eckstein Charitable Trust for their generous gift.

Thank you to the Cudahy Lions for their generous gift.

Thank you to Empty Bowls for their generous gift.


09.01.2019: Community Cares News Fall 2019/Winter 2020 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.

05.01.2019: Community Cares News Spring 2019 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.

09.01.2018: Community Cares News Fall 2018 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.

05.11.2018: Project Concern was featured in the Milwaukee Country Post. Read it here or here.

05.01.2018: Community Cares News Spring 2018 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.

09.01.2017: Community Cares News Fall 2017 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.

05.01.2017: Community Cares News Spring 2017 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.

10.01.2016: Community Cares News Fall 2016 Newsletter is available. To view it, Click Here.

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