Share: Local

Learn about our local Share partners and how you can impact our local community

  • NOrthbrook Food pantry

    Help the hungry in our community. Bring non-perishable food to Northbrook whenever you think of it! Then it's available in an emergency for our neighbors.

    Drop off donations in the bins in the west tower entrance.

  • Northbrook bread ministry

    A team of two in the Northbrook van picks up day-old bread products six days a week from area stores and delivers them to urban Milwaukee food ministries. Van drivers and co-drivers serve once a month.  For more info contact

  • MRM connection

    This Northbrook ministry connects volunteers with opportunities to serve at the Milwaukee Rescue Mission, including Joy House (women & children), Safe Harbor (men) and Cross Trainers Academy (students). 

    email for more information

    Click here for Donation Guidelines


    Drop “Box Tops for Education” in marked containers at the east entrance to the main lobby or nbKids area to raise funds for Cross Trainers Academy, an arm of the Milwaukee Rescue Mission.

  • Higher Ground: Urban Youth Outreach

    Who: Volunteers age 18 and older

    What: Serve 1 hour per week during the school year at Vincent High School.

    Mentors can impact urban youth by accepting them and encouraging them to take responsibility for their future.  Learn how you can participate: email

  • Care Net Pregnancy Center

    Care Net Pregnancy Center of Milwaukee is a Christ-centered ministry that supports the sanctity of human life by offering spiritual, physical, and emotional support to women and families facing unplanned pregnancies and related issues. Provides free services including pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, options counseling, education, material support and moms groups. For more information, visit

  • family promise of washington county

    Family Promise provides resources and services to homeless and low-income families in Washington County, with the goal of helping them achieve sustainable independence.  More information and a donation wish list can be found at  Items can be labeled and dropped off in the NB kitchen.     For more information contact Annette Prystawik

  • Harvest house

    Providing a weekly free noon meal to those in need in Washington County, this West Bend ministry is the work of 17 area churches.  To find out more or to sign up please email Karen Shilhavy here.

  • milwaukee rescue mission

    Compassionately serving men, women and children who are homeless, hungry or poor to help them become whole in body, mind and spirit for the glory of God.     Information at

  • The Captive Project

    Innovatively goes into urban areas with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, with the intention of making disciples and facilitating unity with cooperating churches; creating bridges that link suburban and urban churches for the Glory of Christ, through evangelism, discipleship and cultural reconciliation. For more, visit

  • Wisconsin Inmate Education Association

    An accredited Trinity International University campus within Waupun Correctional Institution, providing a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies degree for inmates serving long or life sentences. Upon graduation, these men become “field mentors” for other men. The program has proven results in reducing prison violence, stopping cycles of crime in families, reducing community crime and reduced recidivism. More at

MRM Donation guidelines

Personal Care Items (new/unopened)

• Baby care items – diaper rash cream, Orajel, etc.

• Shampoo, conditioner, soap

• Cold and cough medicine/cough drops

• Pain relievers, like Tylenol and ibuprofen (non-alcoholic)

• Tissue, toilet paper, feminine products

Household Items

• Home cleaning products (new/unopened)

• Kitchen tools and supplies

• Small appliances – microwaves, vacuum cleaners

• Paper products - plates, cups, napkins

• Plastic spoons, forks, knives



• Clothing (especially for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers)

• Socks, especially for toddlers

• Underwear – men’s, women’s and children’s (new)

• Coats (winter and spring) for all ages

• Clocks and watches

• Men's belts


• Fresh fruits and vegetables

• Canned fruits and vegetables

• Milk

• Bakery items

• Meats

• Lunch snacks – fruit, cereal bars

• Other nonperishable items


The following items cannot be accepted:

• Used toys & stuffed animals

• Furniture

• Large appliances

• Older televisions

• Used mattresses

For more details see

If you are not sure if we can use your donation, call 414-344-2211 and ask!