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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in Champaign IL

Restoration Urban Ministries - Clothing and Food Pantry
Champaign, IL 61826
Details: The Clothing and Food Pantry services are open to all Champaign County residents that meet income and residential requirements. One need not be a part of Restoration’s formal Transitional Housing Program to benefit from services. Eligible individuals are allowed food through our Food Pantry every 14 days. The pantries are operated by Restoration residents as a part of their mandated work hours. Clothing and food donations are supplied by local residents, area businesses, and church congregations and purchased from the Eastern Illinois Food Bank. Items are supplied free to community members in need as well as Restoration participants. Adult, children, and infant clothing is available in the clothing pantry, as well as casual, sportswear, and professional wear. In the food pantry, meat, dairy, and fresh produce are supplied as often as possible, though most commonly supplied items are canned and boxed. Food pantry hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10AM-1PM. Clothing pantry hours: pantry hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10AM-3PM.
St. Luke CME Church Food Pantry
Champaign, IL 61820
Details: The mission of the St. Luke Food Pantry is to serve needy families by alleviating hunger in the Champaign-Urban community.
Windsor Road Christian Church Food Pantry
Champaign, IL 61822
Details: Our Food Pantry is a ministry to help families and individuals within our community who are struggling to cover basic needs. We provide canned items and non-perishable foods, available once per month to a household. Come to the Windsor Road offices with a photo ID and to fill out a short application. We look forward to working through this together. If you would like to donate either your time or items to the food pantry, please stop by the office during the week or on a Sunday morning. We can always use peanut butter, cereal, oatmeal, canned meat and vegetables, and evaporated milk.