Address:520 E Wabash AveRantoul, IL 61866Map & Directions
Services: Emergency food pantry is available. Clients can visit the pantry once per month.
Hours: M-F, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Address:504 N Vermilion StDanville, IL 61832Map & Directions
Services: The pantry is always supplied with meats and eggs; additionally, it will often serve canned vegetables, pastas, dry goods, and fresh produce based off what donations they receive. Lottery numbers from 1-300 are given to clients as they enter and are used to determine the order in which they will be called to select food. Clients beyond 300 will be given a prepackaged bag of food.
Address:855 E Fairchild StDanville, IL 61832Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry is available to those who are in need within the service area.
Hours: Tue, Fri, 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm.
Address:444 E Main StDanville, IL 61832Map & Directions
Services: Holy Family Catholic Church houses the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry. The pantry houses mainly canned goods and non-perishables, but is limited to what is donated.
Hours: Tue & Thu, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Eligibility: Can be visited once every 30 days.
Address:100 N Franklin StDanville, IL 61832Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry is available by referral only. Referrals can be made through Salvation Army, Community Action, or Love INC.
Hours: M-F, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Address:311 N Collett StDanville, IL 61832Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry is available. Client calls the pantry, then picks up food later that morning.
Hours: On the 2nd & 3rd Friday of each month:
Address:101 W North StDanville, IL 61832Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry is available.
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs, 1:30 - 3:30 pm.
Eligibility: Anyone living in Vermilion County or Western Indiana can utilitze the food pantry every 60 days.
Address:2405 N Shore DrUrbana, IL 61802Map & Directions
Services: The Eastern Illinois Foodbank exists to alleviate hunger in eastern Illinois by providing a reliable source of food for the hungry through cooperation with a network of food pantries and agencies. Every day, there are more than 130,000 men, women and children across eastern Illinois who may not have enough to eat. Luckily, there are also hundreds of agencies–from small church food pantries to large homeless shelters–working diligently to help struggling families make ends meet. The Foodbank’s primary function is to provide a consistent and adequate source of food for these agencies.
To do that, the Foodbank acquires discounted and donated food and grocery products – bread, canned goods, frozen foods, personal hygiene products – from local stores, distributors and food manufacturers. Working with more than 220 agencies & programs across 14 counties, the Foodbank helps make sure these agencies have access to low-cost, nutritious food so they can adequately serve their clients. As they like to say, “they put the soup in soup kitchens and the food in food pantries.”
The Eastern Illinois Foodbank is part of a network of more than 200 foodbanks nationally called “Feeding America.” Together, they serve every single county in the United States, and they make up the largest domestic hunger relief organization in the country.
Address:1203 W Green StUrbana, IL 61801Map & Directions
Services: Provides a week's amount of groceries during evening hours so that people who work during the day can access emergency food.
Hours: Thursdays, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm.
Address:336 Dudley StRoxbury, MA 02119Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantry