Resources for Renters
Farm Fresh Atlas
Milwaukee Metro area map
Fresh Picks-Pick ‘n Save
Mobile Market with 25%-off! Debit, Credit and EBT only.
Resource to buy food, and learn how to effectively and safely grow your own.
HOPE-Network For Single Mothers
Provide Milwaukee area single mothers with connection, opportunity, and resources to build self-reliance and improve outcomes for their entire family.
Housing Help (Strong Neighborhoods Plan)
City of Milwaukee and other resources fopr buying and renovating a home.
Housing Resource Center
Grants, Discounted Building Materials, Workshops (Buying & Maintaining a Home, etc.), Tool-Loan Program. Search under "Resources" and "Calendar" tabs.
Hunger Task Force
Hunger Task Force provides a safety net of emergency food to a network of local food pantries and meal programs. We are the only food bank in Milwaukee that does not charge for food, delivery or network membership. (414) 897-0460
*NEW* MATC Partners with Fast Fund & Pete's Fruit Market to Fight Student Hunger
Mold vs. Mildew: When to Worry, When to Clean
Pesticide Application Guidelines for Landlords
Pete’s Fruit Markets
South: open every day from 7am to 9:30pm at 1400 S. Union St. (414) 383-1300
North: open every day from 8am to 8pm 2303 N. MLK Drive, (414) 383-1300
Rent-to-Own through STRONGBLOCKS
Find out if the 21-month Rent-to-Own Program is right for you! Read about the application process, and learn which documents you may need to become a homeOWNER!
*NEW* Resources for Homebuyers
Grants, Initiatives and Programs to help you buy a home
Riverwest Food Pantry
Bring a proof of address and Photo ID, along with proof of residence for all people living in your house; open Tuesdays 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Frederick J. Gaenslen School, 1250 E. Burleigh St.
See Something, Say Something & get a $1,000! Anyone who provides information that leads to an arrest can receive cash rewards up to $1,000.
Southeastern Wisconsin Farmer’s Markets An interactive map of Metro Milwaukee farmers markets, and their details
*New* Office of Violence Prevention (City of MIlwaukee): to prevent and reduce violence through partnerships that strengthen youth, families, and neighborhoods.
(Winter) Milwaukee Winter Farmer’s Market
Operates Saturdays, November to April, in the Greenhouse Annex at the Mitchell Park Conservatory (Domes), Market Hours: 9:00am to 1:00pm, 524 S. Layton Blvd.