The QUEST Card

Is Money Tight? The QUEST Card can be used at most grocery stores, many Farmers' Markets, and other locations to help pay for groceries!

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Eligibility for FoodShare

You mightbe eligible for FoodShare if:

  • You meet income guidelines

  • You are a U.S. citizen or legal permanent residents of at least 5 years;

  • You are a Wisconsin resident

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Get Help Applying for FoodShare

Do you want to learn more about FoodShare and the QUEST Card, find out if you are eligible, and get help submitting an application? Give us a call at 1-877-366-3635 or fill out the Contact Us form on this page.

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Shutdown Update

As a result of the federal government shutdown, many FoodShare members received February benefits early on January 20, 2019. Members who received an early issuance of February benefits will not receive an additional issuance during February, but QUEST cards will continue to work in February. Please budget and plan accordingly.

March FoodShare benefits will be issued on March 1. Any letters you may have received about your benefits, dated between January 19, 2019 and February 4, 2019, will indicate that your household will receive a $0 March FoodShare benefit due to the federal government shutdown. That is not correct. You will receive March benefits and, after February 9, 2019, get a new letter indicating the correct benefit amount.

Note: There is a false message on social media telling members they must use their FoodShare benefits immediately. This is not true.

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