Ways to Shop
Filling your cart & your heart.
We understand that coming to a food pantry for the first time can sometimes be a difficult or confusing experience. At West Suburban Community Pantry, we do our best to make you feel comfortable and welcome.
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WHAT TO EXPECT:
If it’s your first time at the pantry, we ask you to bring a photo ID and a piece of mail if you can.
In the waiting room, you’ll fill out a basic new customer registration form to help us determine how best to help you.
After that, it works just like a grocery store! Choose your own food, from fresh produce to
enriching breads and grains – and volunteers will even help you load your car.
Virtual Food Pantry
HOW TO SHOP ONLINE:
West Suburban Community Pantry’s virtual food pantry makes it easy and fast to get free groceries for those in need of food assistance.
Fill out the new customer form before shopping to save time. You can also start shopping now and fill out the form later when you pick up your groceries.
Three easy steps:
- Fill out the Registration Form (found above) – required just on your first visit.
- Visit virtualfoodpantry.net to sign up and shop
- Select a pick up date and location*
- Bring the Registration Form (first-timers) and a photo ID to pick up your groceries.
*Must order 24 hours prior to pick up date and time
Senior Home Delivery
PANTRY SERVICES FOR ELDERS:
No one is left behind. Residents of DuPage County, Bolingbrook and Romeoville who are at least 60 years of age, at risk of hunger, AND homebound may be eligible to receive home delivery service. A customer who requests home delivery must participate in a home visit and provide proof of identity and residency.
For more information, please contact us at 630-512-9921.