To learn about more food resources available during COVID-19, check out our COVID-19 Food Resources page.
As a result of COVID-19 and the resultant health risks of going outside, many people across Chicago are grappling with food insecurity. Certain groups are at risk of serious complications due to COVID-19, such as those over the age of 60, immunocompromised individuals, and those with cardiovascular conditions. These people should not be forced to leave the house and put their lives at risk in order to receive food from a food pantry or the grocery store.
The Northwest Food Partners Network has put together a printable guide listing food delivery services available to community members on Chicago’s Northwest Side during COVID-19. This guide is dual sided and bilingual – one side is in Spanish, and the other side is in English.
Last updated 5/5/2020