Food Pantry Opportunities

FOOD ASSISTANCE/SOURCES IN KANE COUNTY, IL

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1st UNITED METHODIST SK-ELGIN
 
Phone:
847-741-0038
216 E. Highland Avenue
 
FAX:
 
ElginIL60120
 
Email:
KaneCounty
 
Website:
 
This Soup Kitchen is served by Northern Illinois Food Bank
Hours: EFP, Hours: Monday 5:30pm to 7:30 pm
 
 
AURORA INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY
 
Phone:
630-897-2127
659 S. River Road
 
FAX:
630-801-9759
AuroraIL60507
 
Email:
 
KANECounty
 
Website:
 
This Food Pantry is served by Northern Illinois Food Bank
Hours: EFP, Hours: Mon, Tues., Fri, 11:00am to 2:00pm
Notes: Service Area: KaneCountyDupageCountyKendallCounty and DekalbCounty
 
 
AURORA SOUP KITCHEN
 
Phone:
630-897-2165
659 S. River Street
 
FAX:
630-801-9759
AuroraIL60506
 
Email:
KANECounty
 
Website:
 
This Soup Kitchen is served by Northern Illinois Food Bank
Hours: Mon. & Fri. 11 am-12:45pm
 
 
BETHESDACHURCH OF GOD
 
Phone:
847-888-2209
454 Hickory Place
 
FAX:
 
ElginIL60120
 
Email:
 
KANECounty
 
Website:
 
Hours: Thurs. & Fri. 12 pm-2:00pm
 
 
Centro Comunitario Juan Diego
 
Phone:
(773) 731-0109
8812 S Commercial Ave
 
FAX:
(773) 731-0119
ChicagoIL60617
 
Email:
CookCounty
 
Website:
 
This Food Pantry is served by Greater Chicago Food Depository
Hours: Friday 3pm - 5pm
 
 
CENTRO DE INFORMACION
 
Phone:
847-695-9050 x313
28 N. Grove Avenue
 
FAX:
847-931-7991
ElginIL60120
 
Email:
KANECounty
 
Website:
 
This Food Pantry is served by Northern Illinois Food Bank
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am - 12:00 pm1:00-4:00 pm
 
 
CHURCH OF THE BRETHEN
 
Phone:
847-741-5124
783 W. Highland Avenue
 
FAX:
 
ElginIL60123
 
Email:
 
KANECounty
 
Website:
 
Hours: Saturday 5:30 – 6:30
 
 
CHURCH OF THE WORD – ELGIN
 
Phone:
847-658-8888
430 Airport Road
 
FAX:
 
ElginIL60123
 
Email:
 
KANECounty
 
Website:
 
Hours: Sunday 9:00am – 10:00am & 11:30 – 12 – also on call for emergencies
 
 
COMMUNITYCRISIS CENTER
 
Phone:
847-697-2380
37 S. Geneva St.
 
FAX:
 
ElginIL60120
 
Email:
 
KANECounty
 
Website:
 
Shelter
Hours: 24/7
 
 
COVENANT HOUSE FOOD PANTRY
 
Phone:
630-236-1922
1029 Kane Street
 
FAX:
630-236-1922
AuroraIL 60505


 
 

 

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