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We understand that coming to a food pantry for the first time can sometimes be a difficult or confusing experience. We, at West Suburban Community Pantry, do our best to make you feel comfortable and welcome.

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Food Assistance

West Suburban Community Pantry strives to provide food for a well-balanced and healthy diet. All clients receive eggs, milk, cheese, produce, frozen meat and non-perishable food items. Clients can also choose from a variety of bread, bakery items and condiments.

In addition to the basic needs for food, West Suburban Community Pantry supplies personal care items, paper goods and cleaning supplies (when available).

Client services are provided to eligible households twice within a calendar month. We recognize that our food and pantry items are only meant to supplement not provide all household needs. Our hope is that it will help relieve some pressure for those in need.

NEW Hours for Client Services

Indoor Shopping
Beginning Monday, May 17, 2021
Only 1 adult per household allowed in the pantry.

Monday, Bread, Produce, Milk & Eggs only: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Noon
Tuesday, Indoor Shopping: 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Thursday, Indoor Shopping: 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Thursday, Indoor Shopping: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Saturday, Indoor Shopping: 8:30 PM – 11:30 AM

Click here for printable flyer.

Online Ordering
Place an order online and select from several pick-up locations and times.
Click here for more details.

View eligibility and income guidelines.

Pantry Holiday Closings 2021

Friday, January 1, 2021
Friday, April 2
Friday, May 28 @ noon
Monday, May 31
Friday, July 2
Monday, July 5
Friday, September 3
Monday, September 6
Wednesday, November 24 @ noon
Thursday, November 25
Friday, November 26
Friday, December 24 through Sunday, January 3, 2022

CDC Guidelines

WSCP will be enforcing CDC guidelines in order to keep all customers, volunteers and staff safe while COVID-19 restrictions are still in place.

  • Please wear a mask at all times when inside the pantry. Although the CDC has relaxed masking requirements, the Pantry will still require masks to help protect our vulnerable family members.
  • Remain 6 feet apart from others.
  • Only one adult per household will be allowed in the pantry intake areas and shopping areas.


The following programs are designed to improve the quality of life of the people served by West Suburban Community Pantry. All programs are offered free of charge to any interested individual and most require advance registration. Click on the items below for information about that specific program.

Other Resources

Periodically, other agencies contact us with resources we can offer our clients. Here are a couple:

College Bound Students Facing Food Insecurity

The Facts Behind Senior Hunger

How to Communicate With Older Adults about Food Insecurity and Hunger