Greater Chicago Food Depository is expanding food access using new food distributions in African American and Latino communities in Chicago that have been devastated by the combination of COVID-19 and food insecurity.
In partnership with seven faith- and community-based organizations – and in collaboration with the City of Chicago – the Food Depository will deliver truckloads of food to pop-up food pantries on Chicago’s South and West Sides. Many of the communities that are hardest hit by the pandemic were already struggling with high rates of poverty and food insecurity. Through this urgent response, the Food Depository aims to build lasting partnerships to strengthen food access in these communities.
Click here to view the locations and schedules of pop-up pantry locations.
You can also view and download an English and Spanish flyer NFPN has created listing the pop-up pantry locations and schedules. These flyers were last updated 5/5/20.
The following businesses are drop-off locations for the
Northwest Food Partner’s Network 2013 Spring Food Drive!
Knockbox Cafe, 1001 N. California
Cafe Con Leche (Bucktown), 1732 N. Milwaukee
Adams and Son Gardens, 1057 N. California Avenue
Dill Pickle Food Co-op, 3039 W. Fullerton Ave.
Wish List of Most Needed ItemsFood items Rice Beans (dry or can) Cereal Cereal/granola bars (snacks) Any non-perishable goods Non food items Toiletries (tooth brush/paste, deodorant, soap etc.) Laundry Detergent Cleaning Supplies (Lysol spray and bleach etc.) Diapers (both child and adult) Feminine Products
If your organization, business or group is interested in participating in the 2013 NFPN Spring Food Drive, or have items that you wish to donate, please contact the NFPN coordinator, Sarah Finkel at email@example.com or call 773-276-4900 ext 214.