<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> About Stepping Stones
Food Pantry
Community Connections


Board of Directors

Board of Directors



1620 Stout Rd
Menomonie, WI 54751
Phone: (715)235-2920
Fax: (715)235-5741
E-mail: info@steppingstonesdc.org



People helping people strengthen the Dunn County community by providing food, shelter and support.

The Community Connections Program connects volunteers to neighbors to provide needed supportive services, offers direct assistance, and connects people to other community resources.

The Stepping Stones Shelter provides emergency shelter, housing assistance, and referral services to prevent homelessness and facilitate self-sufficiency.

The Stepping Stones Food Pantry provides food, personal care items, and resources for healthy living.


Fostering a community that prevents hunger, homelessness, and isolation throughout Dunn County.


Justice and Sustainability

All people have the right to nutritious food, adequate housing, and other needed support services.

Sufficient resources exist in our community to provide supportive services and prevent hunger and homelessness.

Interfaith advocates for the just and equitable sharing of resources.

Interfaith is committed to the sustainable use of resources, including economic, environmental, and personal resources to assure their availability and abundance in the present and the future.


Individuals reach their full potential, and achieve balance and wellness through connections to community.

Interfaith's services provide bridges to community, to stability, and to self-sufficiency.

Community is fostered by nurturing inclusivity and diversity.

Compassionate Work and Service

The effectiveness, talent, and commitment of volunteers and staff are critical to the success of Interfaith's mission.

Staff must be equipped to accomplish their responsibilities, and provided with just compensation.

Clients, volunteers, and staff cooperate to create a caring, respectful, trusting atmosphere and to engage in work that is mutually rewarding.

Work and service spaces that are pleasant, well maintained, and suited to the needs of the service will best facilitate Interfaith's mission.



This page updated 7/24/10