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Our mission is to help feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of food banks, soup kitchens, and food pantries

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Foodbank Details
AUMC Food Pantry
Abingdon, IL 61410
Tuesdays 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Bloomingdale Township General Assistance Office - Food Pantry
Bloomingdale, IL 60108
The Volunteer Council raises funds and encourages food drives to operate a food pantry that is housed in the General Assistance Office. The pantry is capable of storing both perishable and non-perishable items. Volunteers help staff the pantry to stock the shelves and rotate items. The pantry is an asset to the Township, providing the General Assistance Office with a donated source of food to ensure that the needy do not go hungry.
Bridge Food Pantry at Eastview
Normal, IL 61761
The Bridge Food Pantry at Eastview is a local outreach ministry providing food, paper products, detergent, and personal hygiene items. Everyone in McLean county is welcome to visit the pantry when they are in need. God has directed us as believers to actively care for each other, both physically and spiritually. We express Christ’s love for those in the community by providing use of the food pantry. To use the Food Pantry a person must come to the Food Pantry waiting area during our regular pantry hours and have with them the required documentation listed below. The pantry is located on the north side by the gymnasium. Please enter through the covered porch entrance. Pantry Hours: Tuesday 1:00 p.m. t0 2:30 p.m., Wednesday 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. & 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Thursday 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.& 1:00-2:30 p.m. Do not come to the pantry more than 15 minutes prior to opening. Documents Needed: Photo ID & proof of address, i.e. current mail (utility bill) with your name and address.
Carlinville First Church of the Nazarene - Food Pantry
Carlinville, IL 62626
Every Saturday at 10:30 we meet to help families in need. Everybody is welcome.
Center of Hope
Kankakee, IL 60901
Compassionate Ministries' Center of Hope's vision is to empower individuals and families to rise above difficult situations and to empower individuals to be the hands of Christ. Center of Hope is a client-choice food pantry. Once a week, individuals who meet the IDHS Income Guidelines can choose ten to twelve items from the shelves. The shelves contain cereal, canned vegetables and fruits, breads, pasta helpers, macaroni & cheese, cookies, snacks, crackers, pastas, soups, Kool-Aid, and canned meats (1-2 times per month). A walk-in refrigerator allows us to provide salads, more breads, fresh vegetables and fruits when available. The food pantry enables us to minister to families who are facing difficult situations. A holistic approach to providing a hand-up to families is promoted. Not only are we concerned with their physical needs but also their spiritual and emotional needs. We have 75 caring volunteers working at the Center. Our volunteers take time to listen and encourage those in need. They take time to pray for those who request prayer.
Christian Faith Fellowship Church Food Pantry
Zion, IL 60099
The food pantry is designed to help feed those who are having difficulty feeding themselves and their families.
Christian Fellowship of Pontiac - Food Pantry
Pontiac, IL 61764
Christian Fellowship of Pontiac has operated a food pantry for those in need in the Pontiac area since 1999. We serve nearly 100 families per month, providing a basic supplement to help meet their grocery needs.
Church of Peace Saturday Food Pantry
Rock Island, IL 61201
The Church of Peace Saturday Food Pantry is open from 9-11 every Saturday. We serve approximately 32 families a month that amounts to around 96 individuals. The Church of Peace works with nine local churches and several local organizations to provide a food pantry that is available outside of usual pantry hours. Each family receives a 3 to 4 day supply of food that includes items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Our staff and volunteers package the food bundles with focus on items from each of the food groups. Toilet tissue, bath soap, shampoo, dish detergent, and laundry soap are also available when they are in stock. Moms can also request a package of disposable baby diapers to help them get through until their next payday. The Church of Peace depends on donations from our partners, community members, and organizations to help keep the pantry stocked and open.
Clinton First Church of the Nazarene - Free Meal/Food Pantry
Clinton, IL 61727
Service to others and a global concern for social justice are real life, physical ways that we strive to show the love of Christ to others in our community and around the world. Jesus modeled a life of compassion and service to the poor and outcasts of society that we believe we must imitate if we are to be his disciples. One of our primary means of service to our local community is a free meal that we provide to anyone who needs it on the 4th Wednesday of every month. We also provide a box of groceries for you to take home after the meal. (Please call ahead if you plan on attending so that we can prepare the appropriate amount of food).
Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County Emergency Food Pantry
Rantoul, IL 61866
The food pantry provides emergency food allocations to households at or below the 185% Poverty Guideline (as determined by the Department of Human Services) a maximum of once per month with one exception each fiscal year (July to June) when a household may visit the pantry twice in one month. Individuals visiting the pantry must sign the USDA commodity signature sheet and provide valid ID as well as proof of address (usually a piece of mail) EACH TIME they visit the pantry. If a member of the household is unable to pick up emergency allocations a proxy form may be acquired at the CSC, which the individual may fill out and send with their approved proxy recipient to the pantry. Hours: Monday – Friday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM