Free frozen meals for Madison students at Hillel | Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

Free frozen meals for Madison students at Hillel 


Madison Hillel is offering free food to students as part of a Frozen Meal Program of a Housing & Dining Services effort at the University of WisconsinMadison.  

University of Wisconsin-Madison students socialize in front of UW Hillel’s Barbara Hochberg Center for Jewish Life. Pre-pandemic photo by UW-Madison University Communications/ Jeff Miller.

The aim of the program is to address student food insecurity with free food. Excess food is being redirected to the program, including some kosher food from Madison Hillel, according to Executive Director Greg Steinberger.  

The initiative is a partnership that includes Madison Hillel, 611 Langdon St.; The Crossing Campus Ministry, 1127 University Ave.; and the University Presbyterian Church and Student Center (“Pres House”), 731 State St.  

All three locations are free food pick-up site. Madison Hillel is offering kosher food. 

Any student can pick up meals for free at each of the three locations. For scheduled pick-up times and more information, students can check @frozenmealsuw on Facebook or Instagram.