Address:1871 High Grove LnNaperville, IL 60540Map & Directions
Services: Loaves & Fishes provides food and leadership in the community by uniting and mobilizing resources to empower people to be self-sufficient. Their program attempts to end the hunger crisis in their area by conducting ftheir weekly on-site food distributions highlighted by special efforts to provide nutrition for infants and school-age children. They also conduct monthly deliveries of food to homebound elderly and disabled clients.
Address:400 Wheeler DrGeneva, IL 60134Map & Directions
Services: Geneva Township General and Emergency Assistance is available for those who do not qualify for state assistance programs. This agency will pay vendor costs, rent, utilities, food, and some medical costs, as well as provide vouchers Emergency assistance can be provided once every year.
Hours: 8:30 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Based on family or individual qualifications. Must be a Geneva Township resident.
Documents To Bring: Please call to schedule an appointment or to obtain an application.
Address:899 Jay StElgin, IL 60120Map & Directions
Services: The Hanover Township's Elgin Office provides Cook County Elgin residents with easy access to township programs and services *The Welfare Department is on site on Mondays to provide access to local, state and federal welfare programs, including LIHEAP. *On Tuesdays a community health nurse provides health screenings and events. *Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Youth and Family Services provides a therapist to see families *Tuesday evening there is tutoring for children *On Wednesday, senior services staff help with social service needs In addition, Senior activities are offered throughout the week *On Fridays the Assessor is in and anyone can walk in to talk about their tax assessment * Food is available on an emergency basis only during the week for Cook County Elgin residents For specific information on all services and to make appointments, please call the departments directly - see Contacts tab for all numbers Also available: voter registration and notary public Spanish is spoken.
Hours: Office: 8:30 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday; Tuesdays: Youth and Family Services counseling: 4:30 pm-9:00 pm; Tutoring 5:00 pm-8:00 pm.
Eligibility: Cook County Elgin residents.
Documents To Bring: Call each main department to make an appointment directly to make an appointment at the Elgin office with Welfare, Senior, Youth and Family and Community Health Departments. Assessor available for walk ins.
Address:1553 Commerce DrElgin, IL 60123Map & Directions
Services: Food for Greater Elgin is a collaborative non-profit organization formed to address hunger in the greater Elgin community Food for Greater Elgin is a client choice food pantry, so individuals can choose the food and household items they most enjoy Households in Elgin and South Elgin are eligible for food pick-up one time each month. Please bring your own bags. Website information in Spanish
Hours: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm Monday,
9:00 am-11:00 am Tuesday,
11:00 am-1:00 pm Wednesday,
6:00 pm-8:00 pm Thursday,
9:00 am-11:00 am Saturday. Closed Friday and Sunday.
Eligibility: Elgin and South Elgin residents only.
Documents To Bring: At each visit, bring two identification documents: 1. Drivers license, state ID or other personal identification, 2. a current utility bill (or lease) with your current address. Also bring your own shopping bags.
Address:256 E Chicago StElgin, IL 60120Map & Directions
Services: All Peoples Interfaith Food Pantry distributes food solely to Elgin residents People can receive food six times from January 1 - December 31 People requesting food must have a referral Referrals are given at the Community Crisis Center or at the Public Aid office, or by church pastors, nurses, schools and other agencies.
Hours: 9:30 am-11:30 am Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Elgin residents only, ID and referral required
Documents To Bring: Contact the Community Crisis Center or the Public Aid office or another agency for a referral to this pantry.
Address:100 Flinn StBatavia, IL 60510Map & Directions
Services: The mission of the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry,a non-profit agency, is to provide food relief to the economically disadvantaged of Batavia and Batavia Township. Food is given once a month per household and clients have choice in the food they get. A Member of the Northern Illinois Food Bank.
Hours: Monday 6:30 pm-7:30 pm; Tuesday 1:00 pm-3:00 pm;Thursday 6:30 to 7:30 pm Friday 10:00 am-12:00 pm .
Eligibility: Persons are required to be a resident of Batavia or Batavia Township, which includes parts of Aurora and North Aurora. If you are unsure if you live within the township boundaries, please call Batavia Township at (630) 879-1411 to verify if you are eligible before coming to the pantry.
Documents To Bring: Fill out an application with documentation of residency in Batavia or Batavia Township; may use a utility bill or a lease. Also need a picture ID.
Services: Provides information about food pantries and referrals to food pantries in the Chicago area and surrounding communities.
Area Served: Chicago and surrounding communities
Address:901 E Galena BlvdAurora, IL 60505Map & Directions
Services: Bountiful Blessing Food Pantry is a client-choice food pantry The first 50 families are served and may come for food one time per month. The clothing closet is available every other month.
Hours: Food Pantry: 10:00 am-12:00 pm Saturday; Families may come once per month for food and use the clothes closet once every other month.
Eligibility: Kane County Residents are eligible and must provide proof of current address and picture ID.
Address:1110 Jericho RdAurora, IL 60506Map & Directions
Services: The Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry provides food assistance for those in the community who do not get adequate nutrition. Food is available to those eligible once per week. Hours are Monday, Tuesday and Fridays from 11:00 am-2:00 pm. The food pantry office and distribution center is located in the Hesed House building, but is a separate organization. **Spanish is spoken.
Hours: 11:00 am-2:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Friday
Eligibility: Food provided to residents of Kane, Kendall, DuPage and DeKalb counties.
Documents To Bring: Bring photo ID each visit. For the first visit, also bring a piece of mail (e.g., utility bill) showing your address.
Address:7620 Madison StRiver Forest, IL 60305Map & Directions
Services: 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.