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Naperville Magazine, Celebrating 40 Years Naperville Magazine 2024

NCTV17 Spotlight Interview, Loaves & Fishes Community Services Celebrates 40 Years

Celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year, Loaves & Fishes Community Services remains a beacon of hope for 8,000-9,000 individuals each week by providing healthy food and impactful programs to promote self-sufficiency. As the largest food pantry in Illinois, its impact resonates far and wide.

New Leadership Appointment at Loaves & Fishes

Loaves & Fishes Community Services is pleased to announce the appointment of Megan Lynch as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships effective November 20, 2023.

Loaves & Fishes Naperville Building Named to Honor Late Frank J. Rus and Donald S. Toy

Loaves & Fishes renames Naperville flagship building in honor of donors Loaves & Fishes flagship Naperville building named to honor late Frank J. Rus and Donald S. Toy   Loaves & Fishes: Name to flagship building

NCTV17 Reports on New Food Supply Task Force at Loaves & Fishes


NCTV17, Spotlight Interview 2023

Loaves & Fishes Community Services supports struggling families  

Congratulations to our Moving Up Graduates!

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We are so very proud of our new Moving Up Graduates! These ladies committed to this program and discovered what was holding them back from living a more self-sufficient life. We are very thankful for the program’s facilitators, Donnishia Brown and Dr. Catherine Jackson, and the dedicated volunteers who provided services and meals each week…. Read more »

Loaves & Fishes steps up to the plate amidst food price inflation


Loaves & Fishes Welcomes Megan Lynch to the Board of Directors

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Loaves & Fishes Community Services announces the appointment of Megan Lynch, Manager of the Charitable Fund at Duly Health and Care to their Board of Directors. 

Daily Herald, Flying off the shelves: Food pantries trying to feed more with fewer resources

  ‘Flying off the shelves’_ Food pantries trying to feed more with fewer resources – Shaw Local