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

Together, we raised more than $335,000 during Night to End Hunger!We greatly appreciate the tremendous generosity and support of our community!   Join us for a post-event auction Thursday, September 12th at 9:00am- Sunday, September 15th at 5:00 pm Thank you to our sponsors and emcee for the evening, Dionne Miller,  ABC 7 Eyewitness News Sports…. 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 12-3-19

Save the Date!   On December 3rd Loaves & Fishes is a proud participant in Giving Tuesday. Your donation will have an extra impact to help struggling families get access to healthy foods and programs guiding them to self-sufficiency. Our mission is to end hunger and transform lives, and we certainly don’t accomplish this alone. Thank… 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.