Welcome to Food Banks organization

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
Adele and Robert Stern Red Shield Center - Food Pantry
Chicago, IL 60621
773.358.3200
Food assistance is provided on a drop-in basis on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Individuals requesting this assistance must provide identification and proof of address. Assistance is provided based on the availability of food. Day/Date: Wednesdays and Thursdays. Time: 9:00a.m.-11:00a.m. and 1p.m.-3p.m.
APCC Food Pantry
Chicago, IL 60625
773.509.5657
APCC partners with Queen of All Saints to offer food pantry service to local residents in need. The Food Pantry also accepts donations of food. Call Friday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm for further details and please note that the APCC Food Pantry will only serve clients who live in the following zip codes: 60625, 60618, 60630, 60641, 60646 and 60659. Clients must show proof of address, such as an ID or piece of mail with their name, current address and zip code listed.
B.O.O.C. - Joseph’s Storehouse
Dolton, IL 60419
708.849.3237
Joseph’s Storehouse is a food pantry that provides non-perishable food items and meats, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables to families living in the Dolton community and surrounding areas. This unique food pantry is one of the Greater Chicago Food Depository’s largest clients in the south suburban area. Joseph’s Storehouse is a USDA-approved agency, operates with volunteer staff, and is open to the community twice a week or by appointment five days a week. This past year, the Joseph Storehouse served 70,000 individuals! Joseph's Storehouse is open: Saturdays from 10am to 1pm. The Fresh Producemobile is every fouth Friday of the month from 9:30am until 11am; while supplies last.
Benton House - Food Pantry
Chicago, IL 60608
773.927.6420
In order to address food insecurity in our community, Benton House partners with the Greater Chicago Food Depository to provide a community food pantry in the Bridgeport neighborhood. The Food Pantry takes place in Benton House’s Pearse Gymnasium and newly renovated Ramova Room, at 3034 S Gratten ave. Our Food Pantry distribution occurs Fridays from 12 Noon until 2 pm. Our resources allow us to give families one full box of food per month; items including, but not limited to: fresh produce (fruit & vegetables), meat, bread, grains (pasta & rice), dairy items, and an assortment of canned items. While we do not turn anyone away, it is strongly encouraged to have a valid ID or other proof of residency upon registration. This helps us to know how often folks are attending our food pantry and which areas of the Bridgeport community are being served.
Breaking Bread
Chicago, IL 60610
312.573.8800
Breaking Bread is considered both a ministry of LaSalle Street Church and a partner ministry. Breaking Bread reaches out to hungry and homeless individuals and families in our neighborhood. Each Wednesday evening, we serve a home-cooked meal to more than 100 guests. We also provide clothing, referrals, health services, and a family experience for our guests.
Canaan AME Food Pantry
Maywood, IL 60153
708.681.2744
Canaan AME’s Food Pantry is led by Lynn Miller and feeds over 200 families per week and over 3000 people per month. Canaan has been serving Maywood and at least 4 of the surrounding suburbs through this devastating economy. Helping people to deal with the essentials of life are an integral part of meeting people at the point of their needs. There is nothing too hard for God and we are confident that God will continue to position us to feed people Spiritually, physically, emotionally, and socially.
Carlinville Catholic Charities - Food Pantry
Carlinville, IL 62626
217.854.4511
Hunger hurts. It denies dignity, lessens human energy, erodes community stability, and damages the potential of a person to progress. America, long the land of plenty, now faces a crisis of hunger. An increasing number of people in our community are without food, some for the first time in their lives. For those of all ages who confront hunger, solutions must be found. Our food pantry staff help with immediate problems as well as search for solutions for the future. Donations of food, time, and money are necessary for this program to carry out the agency's on-going response to hunger. In 2013, our food pantries served 113,445 clients. Carlinville Area Food Pantry Hours: 9-11 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, 2-4 p.m. Wednesday. Catholic Charities Harvest Pantry (open during office hours, as necessary)
Catholic Charities of Coles, Douglas and Edgar Counties - Blessings Food Pantry
Mattoon, IL 61938
217.235.0420
Hunger hurts. It denies dignity, lessens human energy, erodes community stability, and damages the potential of a person to progress. America, long the land of plenty, now faces a crisis of hunger. An increasing number of people in our community are without food, some for the first time in their lives. For those of all ages who confront hunger, solutions must be found. Our food pantry staff help with immediate problems as well as search for solutions for the future. Donations of food, time, and money are necessary for this program to carry out the agency's on-going response to hunger. In 2013, our food pantries served 113,445 clients.
Catholic Charities of Decatur - Food Pantry
Decatur, IL 62523
217.428.3458
Hunger hurts. It denies dignity, lessens human energy, erodes community stability, and damages the potential of a person to progress. America, long the land of plenty, now faces a crisis of hunger. An increasing number of people in our community are without food, some for the first time in their lives. For those of all ages who confront hunger, solutions must be found. Our food pantry staff help with immediate problems as well as search for solutions for the future. Donations of food, time, and money are necessary for this program to carry out the agency's on-going response to hunger. In 2013, our food pantries served 113,445 clients.
CBS Food Pantry
Cicero, IL 60804
708.863.4913
The CBS Food Pantry is a member of the Greater Chicago Food Depository and serves the communities of Cicero, Berwyn, and Stickney, Illinois. The CBS Food Pantry is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. OUR VISION: We believe that no one in our communities should ever suffer due to hunger. OUR MISSION: As part of the global effort to eliminate hunger, the CBS Food Pantry exists to reduce hunger in our communities by collecting and distributing supplemental food and other goods to those in need. HOURS OF OPERATION: Tuesdays 2:00 - 5:30 PM.