Posts Tagged: transform lives

Privileged to Serve for 35 Years

“They may start to come here for the food, but we have the opportunity — maybe the obligation — to help them in other ways.” – Mike Havala, Loaves & Fishes CEO  


Night to End Hunger 2019

OUR NIGHT TO END HUNGER EVENT IS SOLD OUT! WE GREATLY APPRECIATE THE TREMENDOUS RESPONSE FROM OUR COMMUNITY.   For questions and to be added to our waiting list, please email Special Events Manager Nicole Louis at nlouis@loaves-fishes.org.   35TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY  Please click on the image below if you would like to extend a personal… Read more »


Looking Back, Looking Forward – Loaves & Fishes Turns 35

Looking Back, Looking Forward – Loaves & Fishes Turns 35 By Mike Havala, President & CEO, Loaves & Fishes Community Services Published in Positively Naperville, January 2019 Our CEO Mike Havala reflects on Loaves & Fishes Community Services 35th Anniversary and having a significant and lasting impact on the future. This is a fairly common time… Read more »


Continental Motors is Driven to Care

Continental Motors offered hope for a brighter future during their 8th Driven to Care Event, held at Continental Toyota in Hodgkins on December 6, 2018. Eight struggling families received a car courtesy of the Continental Motors Group franchises: Acura, Audi, Ferrari, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Toyota. This year’s event brought the total number of donated… Read more »


Giving Tuesday 11-27-18

Thank you! We are truly amazed by the overwhelming generosity displayed during Giving Tuesday. We have exceeded our match because our generous community believes in our mission and wanted to make an impact in the lives of families and individuals who struggle to meet their essential needs.   On November 27th Loaves & Fishes is… Read more »


Connelly’s Commentary Comes to Loaves & Fishes

Senator Mike Connelly sat down with CEO Mike Havala and Vice President of CARES Programs Janet Derrick to learn more about Loaves & Fishes and its response to hunger and needed services in DuPage County.