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Are you getting enough to eat?   Food resources are available to help you focus on learning and reach your goals.

NWTC Shared Harvest Food Pantry 

You can obtain a free bag of groceries once a week from Shared Harvest if you are currently enrolled in classes at any NWTC location. Each bag has the equivalent of one day’s worth of food: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.   

To arrange a bag pickup, reach out to NWTC Student Support Services:  
Call or text: 920-498-6258
Email: supportservices@nwtc.edu 

How to donate to Shared Harvest: 

Food donations are accepted all year long. To donate, contact Gema Garcia at 920-498-6894 or gema.garcia@nwtc.edu. Please remember we CANNOT accept expired food of any kind.  

Want to donate money? Click on the button below, check the “other” option, and enter Shared Harvest Food Pantry.  

Donate to the Food Pantry

Shared Harvest Volunteer Opportunities 

We are always looking for volunteers to assist with a variety of tasks such as filling bags and stocking shelves. A background check and on-site training is required. 

For more information, contact Student Support Services: supportservices@nwtc.edu or 920-498-6258. 

FoodShare Wisconsin

FoodShare helps people with limited money buy food they need for good health. If you are eligible, you will receive a QUEST card (a plastic debit card loaded with FoodShare benefits each month) that you can use at grocery stores. 

How to Apply for FoodShare 

Contact Martha Bayer, NWTC Student Support Services, 920-498-6941 or martha.bayer@nwtc.edu. Martha can help you determine if you’re eligible for FoodShare and fill out the application. 

 

Paul’s Pantry 

More than just an emergency food pantry, Paul’s Pantry is a resource to provide you with enough food every week so you can focus on your studies and save money. 

How to Apply for Weekly Food Assistance: 

Contact StephanieNWTC graduate and Hungry to Learn Project Navigator, whose role is to help students comfortably and confidently register and shop at Paul’s Pantry. Stephanie can also assist with applying for the Leo Frigo Memorial Scholarship. Please reach out with any questions.  

  • Stephanie Martinez, Hungry to Learn Project Navigator  
    Call: 920-272-9445  
    E-mail: Stephanie.Martinez@nwtc.edu  
  • You can visit Paul’s Pantry at 1520 Leo Frigo Dr, Green Bay, WI 54302  
    Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.; and Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m.  

Documents needed:  

  • Photo ID. 
  • Proof of current address.  
  • Proof of ALL household income.  
  • Personal information for all members of your household. 
 

Need Tuition Assistance? Apply for the Leo Frigo Memorial Scholarship! 

School can be expensive. The Leo Frigo Memorial Scholarship is available to eligible NWTC students to help with tuition costs. Scholarship award amounts vary each term based on student need. A committee will make the final decision on a student’s award. 

To be eligible to apply, students must meet income guidelines and use (or be willing to use) Paul’s Pantry on a consistent basis.  

Complete the qualification assessment to see if you are eligible to apply 

Qualification Assessment

If approved to apply for the scholarship, you will:   

  • Meet with Gema Garcia to complete an application. During this meeting, an assessment of the student’s monthly income, expenses, financial aid package, and other community resources will be completed to determine need. 
  • Meet with Jenna Robbins to register and use Paul’s Pantry. 

Once both items above are completed, the scholarship committee will decide whether the student is eligible to receive a scholarship. 

Eligible students may re-apply for funding each term; however, funding is not guaranteed. 

Questions?

Contact Student Support Services: 
Call or text: 920-498-6258  
Email: supportservices@nwtc.edu