About Us

Beyond Blessed Pantry was established August 2018 as a 501(c)3 corporation.  Our mission is to “Treat every individual with dignity and respect while addressing the food scarcity issues at hand.”.

Beyond Blessed originated as Bridge Point Food Pantry in January 2016.  When Bridge Point Mission Center's shared space was no longer available, we decided to continue this needed community service as an independent pantry. 

We started a community outreach for the food scarcity issue for the Baraboo, Lake Delton, Wisconsin Dells, and surrounding areas.  The pantry began with a once per month mobile pantry.  A few months later, we added a twice per month perishable pantry to disburse the food received from the local grocers.  In 2016, we assisted over 2,000 individuals.  In 2018 and 2019, we served more than 6,000 individuals.  We are seeing our numbers continue to grow and we are  serving more individuals.  We provide one weekly distribution.


We are partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank in Madison, Wisconsin to supply much of the discounted and wholesale priced food.  All of our food and supplies are supplied by donations and purchases with donated funds.  In May, 2020 we join the Hunger Task Force in Milwaukee.  With this membership, we are able to source additional food to help meet the needs we are having with the COVID pandemic.


We have trained and use an all volunteer staff.  For each week of service, it requires about 280 volunteer hours.  Each week we utilize over 60 people.  Please feel free to visit our volunteer page.

We are different from the other pantries in our area, because we do not have any residency restrictions.  We also allow participants to receive food at each pantry event.  Since we do not receive any government funding, we have more flexibility and fewer restrictions.  We do not qualify for government commodities.

Leaders of Beyond Blessed are committed Christ followers who are motivated to love and serve the community.

The Legal Stuff

The Mission

Treat every individual with dignity and respect while addressing the food scarcity issues at hand.


Collect food from regional grocers and order commodities from Second Harvest for distribution reflected in the mission.


Volunteers with a heart and the dedication to serve the hungry and needy in the community

Primary tasks that support the mission:

  • Partnering with Second Harvest regional food bank

  • Build and cultivate relationships with local grocers to acquire commodity donations

  • Maintain relationships with the Second Harvest team and Feeding America donors

  • Build, cultivate and maintain relationships with volunteers and volunteer organizations

  • Process incoming commodities following necessary requirements

  • Using budgetary guidelines, acquire commodities from Second Harvest and local retailers

  • Publicize dates and times of distribution to the public

  • Setup; distribute commodities, and document participants as needed for Second Harvest reporting

  • Complete and submit required paper work for Second Harvest for all pantry activities.

  • Fund raise and apply for grants

The Dream

Dream Budget


 Increase Executive Director Pay

New corrugated boxes for distribution  

One Time

Floor Scale                      1,500

Drive Thru portico            6,000

shopping carts                 5,000

floor cleaner                    5,000

better parking lot/

side walk conditions       20,000

Tables                             8,000

Shelves                         15,500

Storage Unit                  20,000

Wish List

 Soup Kitchen

Food samples with recipes


  • Executive Director Compensation-December 2020

  • Commodities purchase  - October 2020

  • Van- November 2020

  • Walk-in Freezer - July 2020

  • Walk-in Cooler - June 2020

Dreams do come true
  • Reduction in Rent and Utilities - February 2020

Thanks to Deppe Enterprises

  • Executive Director Pay Increase - January 2022

  • Flooring-March 2021