Announcements

Temporary Thrift Store Closure/New Food Pantry Procedures

COVID-19 is impacting life as we know it.  At Edgerton Community Outreach, Inc. (ECO) we are very concerned about the health and safety of those we serve, our volunteers, and staff.  It is for these reasons it has been decided that the ECO Thrift Store is closed until at least April 1st and quite possibly longer.  (more…)

Holiday Program Sign-Ups

Families with children living in the Edgerton School District that need a little help this Christmas Season may sign up for Gifts for Kids/Giving Tree at Edgerton Outreach during regular business hours. (more…)

2019 Annual Report

Click here to view ECO’s Annual Report

Serving Those In Need

The Pantry Needs Your Help

People are facing challenging times. The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all aspects of our lives. Food Pantries locally work diligently to meet the needs of food insecure families. We are hoping that mandatory closings are for the shortest time period possible and we fully understand that these steps need to be taken to slow/stop the spread of COVID-19. With that said… we need your help.

If you are able and willing to shop the following items are needed: tuna, canned pasta, canned soups, boxed dinners, canned vegetables, peanut butter, jelly, and mac-n-cheese. The Food Pantry also has freezer and fridge space and can accept perishable items. Families appreciate frozen meat, frozen juice, butter, cheese, etc. Drop off can be arranged by calling 608.884.9593 and one of our staff will meet you outside of the Food Pantry. Our staff is also willing to pick up donations.

Monetary donations are greatly appreciated and can be made on our website or may be mailed to 106 S. South Main Street, Edgerton, WI 53534. Thank you to our supportive community!

Pave the Way Campaign

Completion of Phase III ~ paving the parking lot is slated to occur in 2020. ECO needs the help of many to complete this final phase. ECO has partnered with R.H. Batterman and Co. for the design and engineering of the project. The projected cost of the project is $150,000. This includes the needed catch basin work, concrete work for the lot, and lighting to increase safety for our volunteers and staff. Our Campaign Document outlines the need for the project and includes a pledge/gift card. Please consider a donation today!


Rough lot due to potholes and rainy conditions
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