Edgerton Community Outreach, Inc. provides programs and services that help those in need. We strive to improve the quality of life for the people that we serve by breaking down barriers that decrease a person’s ability to achieve greater self-sufficiency.
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.
210 West Fulton
On July 19, 2021 the Edgerton City Council approved an offer to purchase 210-212 West Fulton Street to revitalize the structure. The building currently has one commercial tenant, and the rest of the building is vacant. The previous owner gutted the upper two floors of apartments. Edgerton Community Outreach, Inc. purchased the building for $1 from the city with the understanding that ECO would renovate the building.
Edgerton Community Outreach, Inc. (ECO) has provided housing assistance for low income people since 2002. In 2005, ECO purchased our Lawton Street Home, which houses two formally homeless individuals/families while they work with ECO staff on goals which help them achieve a greater level of self-sufficiency. Edgerton Community Outreach’s supportive housing portfolio has added four additional units since 2010.