Helping Feed Our Neighbors
At times like this, Americans do what we have always done best: we pull together to ensure that we stand against any threat. We take care of each other. We look outside ourselves to help others—including people we don’t know and never will.
The Foundation has been delivering food weekly to Milton and Wayne Townships since the COVID-19 pandemic began. We’ve also donated to the Central Texas Food Pantry and, most recently, to a food pantry in Addison. We are deeply grateful to all who have donated funds that helped us provide the food/goods we’ve delivered. And we’re not stopping!
Now we have another way for you to be involved: Get a group together—your department? or recruit another department(s)? your family? your kids’ sports teams? or any group you can think of......and do a “Help Our Needy Neighbors” drive.
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Virtual Charity Events
Help support Mutual Ground
Meal Train for domestic abuse victims - ongoing
Sign-up to provide one restaurant dinner for 20 women and children in shelter at our Aurora location during this crisis. Or donate UBER Gift Cards and Restaurant Gift Cards
Help support Medical Professionals and First Responders
Stronger Together - ongoing
We are so grateful for our Medical professionals, police, and firemen, for continuing to work and persevere through this crisis. Support our local first responders by buying meals for them from a local restaurant. These locations are ready for your donations, please contact below to coordinate meal/time requests in advance, and order from one our local restaurants. This is an easy way to support our first responders while staying at home, and a great way to support local restaurants.
Help Support NAMI DuPage - Run for the Mind Virtual 5K Run/Walk
NAMI DuPage’s Annual Run for the Mind supports its broad array of programs and services which are free for individuals and families in need. The 5K Run/Walk is also a wonderful opportunity to show support for struggling individuals and families. By walking or running through YOUR local neighborhoods, you can help lift the stigma that often surrounds mental illness.
Help support Milton Township Food Pantry Food Drive
Drop off non-perishable food donations for Milton Township.
The biggest need is for rice, pasta, pasta sauce, canned vegetables and fruits, ravioli, canned tuna and chicken, crackers, snacks for kids and personal hygiene items.
Leave items in the cart or for larger donations, call before you arrive.
1492 North Main Street Wheaton, Illinois 60187 | 630.668.1616
Help support Wayne Township Food Pantry
Drop off non-perishable donations for Wayne Township.
The biggest need is for peanut butter, rice, canned vegetables, hamburger helper, tuna, pancake mix, bottled water, toilet paper, shampoo, toothpaste, trash bags, baby wipes, cleaning products, gloves and masks for volunteers, clean boxes to pack food in (copier paper boxes or similar), gift cards for food and gas.
27W031 North Avenue, West Chicago, IL 60185 (p) 630-231-7173
Help support Central Texas Food Bank
Donate funds to the largest hunger-relief charity in Central Texas.
A leader in the fight against hunger for nearly 38 years, their mission is to nourish hungry people and lead the community in the fight against hunger. CTX Food Bank serves the following territories: Bastrop, Bell, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Coryell, Falls, Fayette, Freestone, Gillespie, Hays, Lampasas, Lee, Limestone, Llano, McLennan, Milam, Mills, San Saba, Travis and Williamson counties.