Olympia Brown UU Church has a Love Pantry on the 7th Street side of the church located on 7th and College Ave. Help us fight food insecurity in Racine by leaving items in the pantry. “Take what you need. Leave what you can.”

During the winter months, November – March, only leave items that are not liquid such as: boxed potatoes, boxed macaroni and cheese, dessert mix, boxes of crackers, packages of rice, packages of oatmeal, packages of pasta, cereal, dried beans, dry soup mix, granola bars etc.


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In January 2022, the children at Living Faith Lutheran Church made and donated 123 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for our pantry. The church’s pantry – FaithWorks Food Pantry, also donates food each week.

We partner with Journey Disaster Response Team, who donates food to our pantry on a weekly basis.

The OBUUC Love Pantry – Racine strives to fight food insecurity in Racine, WI and provides immediate food & hygiene items to people in need. Our success depends on those willing to donate items to the pantry. The pantry is always open, anyone can visit and leave items. Here’s a list of possible items to donate (During the winter months, November – March, only leave dry goods. No canned or liquid items.):

Cereal (Boxed)
Milk (Boxed)
Cereal (Single Serve)
Pasta (can)
Soup (can)
Soup (dry)
Peanut Butter (jar)
Jelly (jar)
Frank n’ Beans
Pork & Beans (can)
Vegetables (can)
Beef Stew (can)
Fruit (can)
Spaghetti Sauce (can)
Tuna (can or pouch)
Mac n/Cheese (box)
Mac n’ Cheese (singles)
Rice and Beans
Spaghetti Pasta (box)
Mashed Potatoes (box)
Granola Bars (single)
Dried Fruit (single)
Ramen Noodles (single)
Oatmeal (box)
Oatmeal (single)

Hygiene Items (Shampoo, Soap, Toothpaste, etc.)
Plastic Bags
Toilet Paper
Paper Plates
Paper Cups
Sanitary Napkins/Tampons

The pantry was placed in November 2020.