Ways to Help

GET INVOLVED

Inspire. Engage. Envision.
Many hands make light work. As we work to eliminate hunger in our communities, we count on a wide range of help in order to help others.

Donate

It takes faith, and financial support. Help keep our organization thriving here.

Corporate Giving

We depend on our partners in philanthropy. We’re proud to engage with local and national businesses to make a difference in our communities – learn how to reach out here.

Food & In-Kind Donations

As an emergency food pantry, your donations are both the bread backbone. Discover the most urgent needs and grocery staples here.

Planned Giving

We depend on our partners in philanthropy. We’re proud to engage with local and national businesses to make a difference in our communities – learn how to reach out here.

Volunteer

Never underestimate the gift of your time. From stocking and inventory, to at-home delivery, there are so many jobs that need a helping hand. Get involved below.

Sponsorships

Your partnership can put the fun in fundraiser. To sponsor our Annual Golf Outing or Chef’s Culinary Challenge, please contact Lisa Spaeth, Development Director at lspaeth@wscpantry.org or (630) 948-8132.

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Testimonials
Here are some testaments from the front lines,
from partners, shoppers, and volunteers.
“When you’re in survival mode, little things have a big impact. The Pantry provides quality food and personal support our families don’t get from government agencies. In addition to removing the barriers to access food- transportation, accessibility, time, child care- Pantry volunteers serve as friendly advocates.”

– Megan DeAngelis, Bridge Communities

“We have a lot of mouths to feed. And we are able to make a lot of meals from the food we get at the pantry”

– Anonymous Shopper
“We can make such an impact on our school community. Having the Pantry as a resource allows us to support our families’ social-emotional and financial needs. We are beyond grateful.”

– Jen Zimmerman, Assistant Principal, Lisle School District

“My son is deployed to Afghanistan and I have all his kids, 10, 8 and 7, and his dog staying with me. My mother died this summer so now I am taking care of my 80-year old diabetic father as well,” says one of our customers. My unemployment ran out and we have a lot of mouths to feed. Trying to do that without exposing my Dad to the virus has been scary. But we can make a lot of meals with what you are giving us. You are feeding my whole family.
I could cry.”

– Anonymous Shopper
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