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NCTV17, Spotlight Interview 2023

Loaves & Fishes Community Services supports struggling families  

Congratulations to our Moving Up Graduates!

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 steps up to the plate amidst food price inflation  

Loaves & Fishes Welcomes Megan Lynch to the Board of Directors

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

Leaders & Legacies: Hossein Jamali, Restaurateur and Humanitarian

Leaders & Legacies: Stories of Local Impact is an ongoing series brought to you in partnership with the Daily Herald and DuPage Foundation. It highlights the inspiring stories of local individuals, families, and businesses that have made or are making a lasting impact for our community through their generosity and leadership.

Giving Tuesday is a Global Day of Giving…

Giving Tuesday is a global movement unleashing the power of generosity. Tuesday, November 29, is a day dedicated to inspiring people to give their time, talent, and donations to non-profit organizations in the spirit of celebrating generosity.

Aurora area pantries concerned about running low on food

The staff at Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry is not happy with how the back room of the nonprofit’s building on Jericho Road in Aurora looks right now.

Storage shelves once brimming with food are half empty.

And with need rising – Aurora’s largest pantry is serving 35% more people this year, including 40 new families a week – “we are receiving fewer donations,” noted spokesperson Alyssa Edwards.

Which means, she added, because “we are giving out more than we are getting in, our food is getting scarce.”

Positively Naperville, Think Big, Work Together

Loaves & Fishes: Think big, work together

Loaves & Fishes to Partner with Edward-Elmhurst Health on New Food Distribution Location

(Naperville, IL October 11, 2022) Loaves & Fishes Community Services and Edward-Elmhurst Health are excited to announce a new partnership on a project that will increase access to healthy food and services for families who need assistance. The new Loaves & Fishes Food Distribution Hub, located in Aurora, serves as a storage, processing, and fulfillment… Read more »