Our Supporters

Eagle’s Wing Free Clinic, Inc.
A non-profit corporation which provides free health care to the uninsured and the underinsured in southeastern Wisconsin.  Providing its clients with

medical care and attention they need to improve and maintain their health. The Clinic also serves as a valuable resource in providing referrals to

follow up services and care.

Services provided at Eagle’s Wing Free Clinic include:

  • Acute and chronic illness management
  • Nursing assessment
  • Health education
  • Blood pressure screening
  • Referral and community resource information
  • Limited pharmaceutical assistance
  • Limited laboratory and radiology services


“Eagle’s Wing Free Clinic” is supported by the generosity of private individuals and organizations. Our board members, medical professionals and clinic staff are all volunteers with one unified vision; to help those around us. We come from all walks of life with a passion to serve our community.” – Jennifer Soika, President and Member of Board of Directors of Eagle’s Wing Free Clinic, Inc., www.EaglesWingFreeClinic.org


UW Extension
UW Extension would like to offer weekly classes at the new Mukwonago Food Pantry Resource Center in Mukwonago


Potential series to be offered include:

  • Eating Smart, Being Active (8 week series – Free)
  • Going Solo: Starting a Small Business (4-6 week series – Fee based)
  • Food preservation and /or garden class series (length flexible – Fee based)
  • Community Change Circle (5-6 weeks – would need to secure grant or sponsor funds)
  • Walk One Hour in My Shoes (1 time program – $10 fee for the entire program-this program is subsidized with outside funds)
  • Raising a Thinking Child (8 week program – Fee based)
  • Master Food Preserver Training (series length TBD – Fee based)
  • Various Nutrition topics, pruning workshops, parenting topics, financial literacy


Melinda Stuart, MS, RD
Co-Department Head / Family Living Educator

“Raising Kids, Eating Right, Spending Smart, Living Well”

 Backpack Coalition of Waukesha County, Inc.
“Struggling families will really appreciate this new building with the co-located agencies. Working families and seniors will

no longer have to take time from work and make complicated transportation arrangements to receive needed services that

help them and their children. It is really wonderful that the Mukwonago community can now help their neighbor right here at

home.” – Ruth Jones, Backpack Coalition Interim President, Christmas Clearing House Executive Director

 Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic
“A common complaint from patients from the Mukwonago area who visit the Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic is that transportation to

our clinic is a problem. The WCCDC is interested in a future opportunity to partner with the MFP Resource Center, to address this problem and to

evaluate the need for a satellite dental clinic.” – Renee Ramirez, Executive Director, Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic

 Aging and Disability Resource Center
“ADRC is excited about having a satellite office and the possibility of relocating the dining center to the Mukwonago Food Pantry Resource Center.

Thank you so much for continuing to be so supportive of the seniors in the Mukwonago area! We do so appreciate your seniors in the Mukwonago

area! We do so appreciate your dedication and commitment to making lives better for people in the area.”

– Mary Check Smith, MS CD, Nutrition and Aging Services Supervisor ADRC

Community Action Coalition for South Central Wisconsin, Inc. (CAC)

“CAC supports the creation of the Mukwonago Food Pantry Resource Center loation and would utilize space within the organization as needed.

CAC believes the creation of this center would not only greatly increase the capacity of all social service agencies that serve Mukwonago

residents, but would also support more seamless collaborative relationships to provide vital services to Mukwonago’s low-income population.

Community Action Coalition for South Central Wisconsin, Inc. (CAC) provides the following services to individual and families in need in Waukesha County:

  • Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) offers supportive case management and temporary financial assistance for low-income veteran households that are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless.
  • Emergency assistance is provided when available for households with income at or below 125% of the federal poverty level ($14,362 fora single person, $29,412 for a family of three).

For more information, contact CAC at (920)262-9667 or (262)354-4017 or cacwtncacscw.org.

Hunger Task Force
“Hunger Task Force is proud to include the Mukwonago Food Pantry Resource Center in our network of Milwaukee area pantries. Trusted pantries

are what keep the food safety net secure and having worked with the good people in Mukwonago for as long as we have, we know they’re one of

the good ones.” -Stated Sherrie Tussler, Executive Director of Hunger Task Force

Energy Services, Inc.
“Heat, a basic necessity, has become an unaffordable necessity for limited income households struggling to keep their heat and power on. With many choosing between eating and heating, Mukwonago Food Pantry provides and invaluable and accessible facility to assist those most in need. Energy Services for Waukesha County remains committed to expanding its presence and provide the highest quality of services possible there onsite at the Mukwonago Food Pantry Resource Center.”

– Timothy Bruer,Executive Director, Energy Services, Inc.  

2016-2017 Energy Services Application Checklist

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The Gift for a Promising Future!

“Growing up in a family restaurant business, I understand how important food security is to quality of life and I commend the Mukwonago Food Pantry on their hard work and dedication to helping people in their time of need. This new facility will help the Food Pantry continue their important mission of helping people meet their basic needs and thrive in their community.” – Dan Vrakas, Waukesha County Executive.


For the past 24 years, Mukwonago Food Pantry has helped improve the lives of thousands of area residents in need. It is only through the kindness and compassion of our community partners that support us that we are able to accomplish our dreams, our goals, and our future.
Everyone understands the basic need of food, shelter and clothing. It is with unconditional love, hope and your generosity that we aspire to expand services and education opportunities; by opening the Mukwonago Food Pantry Resource Center at 225 Eagle Lake Ave.
To serve the whole person, not just the part that hungers. We welcome these partners and their commitments to help those in need of services and education. Your charitable contribution will support our growth as a community.


​​“I have been associated with the Mukwonago Food Pantry since its inception 24 years ago. I have always been impressed with the mission to continually meet the ever increasing needs of the community. The director, board and volunteers have been extremely dedicated to the goal of bringing services to the people. This is not just about feeding individuals, but addressing all the needs of the individuals and families to improve their futures. This has meant collaborating with other agencies and expanding services. They will now have the space to allow for more community programming. I applaud the MFPRC for its vision and ongoing determination to expand service, empower people, and to improve the quality of life in Waukesha County. This project will make a difference!" – Cathy Bellovary, Community Leader and Volunteer

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