Alsip, IL
Food Pantries

Food pantries give free food to local residents. There are 57 food pantries in the Alsip area.

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Alsip , IL 60803

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Saint James Catholic Church

12 Miles Away

2907 S Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60616

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St. James Social Care Program, rooted in the mission of Jesus, reaches out from St. James Catholic Church with specialized programs to meet the spiritual, social and physical needs of all who live in the surrounding community regardless of race or creed. Through these programs, social care provides compassionate support to improve the quality of life of those they serve.

Food Pantry: caters for 1100 households and 200 homeless a month Senoir visits: Caters for the social, spiritual and physical needs of over 100 seniors a month.

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Society Of St Vincent De Paul Archdiocese Of Chicago

12 Miles Away

721 North Lasalle Street
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 655-7181

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The lay volunteer members of the Conferences (usually based in parishes) in Cook and Lake County assist people when they ask for aid. By the person to person contact (home visits)members are able to assist their neighbors with food, clothing, possibly utility aid. Members aid any person (normally within their parish boundaries)regardless of race, gender or religion.

Their Conferences throughout the year consist of 2,257 volunteers. They gave over $2,800,000 in direct assistance to the poor in their area. They aid with food, rent, clothing,home visits, hospital visits, job referrals, travel aid, etc.

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Mission Of Our Lady Of The Angels

12 Miles Away

3808 W. Iowa St
Chicago, IL 60651
(773) 486-8431

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Mission of Their Lady of the Angels aims to care for the physical (food, clothing, afterschool program) and spiritual needs of the impoverished citizens of West Humboldt Park, Chicago.

They distribute food and household goods to 250+ families once a month.

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Chicago Uptown Ministry Church

12 Miles Away

4720 N Sheridan Rd
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 271-3760

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The Ministry seeks to build community between people from all walks of life to bring about self sufficiency, hope, and justice using a food pantry serves as a bridge to support for substance abuse, health issues as well as providing a platform for social justice with education and empowerment activities.

Food pantry serving 400 families a week is coupled with substance abuse counseling, referrals, and AA meetingsin addition to ESL classes for 20 Latino women, an After-School program for Latino children, worship services for three seperate churches, pastoral care, and a parish nurse with support groups and health programs for the elderly and mentally ill.

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Cathedral Shelter Of Chicago

12 Miles Away

1668 W Ogden Ave
Chicago, IL 60612

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Their mission is to minister with love and compassion among and with the most vulnerable of their community - particularly those who suffer from addiction - through crisis intervention, addiction recovery, community assistance and life skills development.

Cathedral Shelter offers inpatient addiction rehabilitation, Higgins House, a state-licensed Level III.1 treatment program, and outpatient addiction rehabilitation services, state licensed Level I and Level II.Program:Supportive HousingBudget: $625,523Category: HousingPopulation Served: Substance Abusers (Drug/Alcohol Abusers) Program Description: 28-unit supportive housing program for single adults and single parents, and supportive services for homeless families living on the Near West Side.

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Will Act For Food

12 Miles Away

1460 W. Summerdale
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 485-2015

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Will Act For Food nourishes the Chicago community artistically and literally. They take a collaborative approach to theater, finding the light in darkness, revealing truth within fiction and celebrating the absurd in the everyday. By offering discounted admission in exchange for non-perishable food donations, they empower their audiences to help feed those in need.

Will Act For Food (WAFF) runs a two-show season, leaving time and room for readings of new work and other special events. For each production, one night is designated Cans for Cash, where there is no limit on the discount patrons receive in exchange for their food donation. It is the largest food raising event of its kind in Chicago theater.

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Common Pantry

12 Miles Away

3744 N Damen Avenue
Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 327-0553

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Common Pantry is dedicated to providing emergency food supplies and personal items to individuals and families in need.

They provide food assistance to approximately 800 individuals per month who are living below the federal proverty guidelines.Program:Emergency Food DistributionBudget: $57,500Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General Program Description: Each Wednesday, Common Pantry hosts two emergency food distribution sessions that assist over 300 households each month.  Nonperishable foods, dry goods, bread, produce, dairy products and meats are provided in a client choice model of distributionProgram:Home Delivery ProgramBudget: $7,600Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens Program Description: Common Pantry provides a monthly home delivery of emergency food supplies to senior citizens in their community.  They currently assist over 30 households each month.Program:Produce DistributionBudget: $7,100Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General Program Description: Common Pantry hosts a monthly distribution focused on fresh fruits and vegetables.  They currently provide produce to nearly 200 households each month.Program:Common Community ServicesBudget: $47,000Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General Program Description: Common Pantry hosts a weekly Common Community program focused on peripheral social service needs of clients coming to us for food assistance.  They help clients with SNAP applications, housing/shelter needs, job training assistance and have a representative from UIC that provides workshops and classes on nutrition, healthy eating and cooking.  They also provide a lunch service each week via the Common Community Program.

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Hinsdale Community Service

14 Miles Away

19 E. Chicago Ave
Hinsdale, IL 60521

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To empower low-income individuals and families to realize their dreams for an improved quality of life and to achieve financial independence from community and governmental assistance. 

Family Self-sufficiency workshops, casemanagement and goal setting. Homelessness prevention via counseling and one time rent payments to avoid evictions. A food pantry with client choice options and senior services. All programs support residents of southeastern DuPage County.

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Greater Hammond Community Services Inc

14 Miles Away

824 Hoffman St
Hammond, IN 46327

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AIDS ASSISTANCE AND SERVICESProgram:ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMBudget: $130,466Category: HousingPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General Program Description: UTILITY ASSISTANCE (5,551 HOUSEHOLDS)Program:FOOD PANTRYBudget: $560,720Category: Food, Agriculture & NutritionPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General Program Description: FOOD PANTRY/EMERGENCY FOOD/RENTAL ASSISTANCE EMERGENCY FOOD 9,450 HOUSEHOLDS; RENTAL ASSISTANCE 205 HOUSEHOLDS;Program:CONGREGATE MEALS PROGRAMBudget: $35,349Category: Food, Agriculture & NutritionPopulation Served: Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens Program Description: SENIOR SERVICES (30,367 MEALS)Program:CAPES HOUSEBudget: $112,000Category: HousingPopulation Served: Single Parents Program Description: Family shelter program for families that have children under the age of 18

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West Suburban Community Pantry Inc

17 Miles Away

6809 Hobson Valley Dr Ste 118
Woodridge, IL 60517

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West Suburban Community Pantry offers food for the hungry and resources to empower persons to improve their quality of life. Their vision is a community without hunger.

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