Hunger Relief in the News
Our latest briefing paper describes the impact of rising food prices on low-income households and the nutrition safety net. Learn more about why food prices are increasing, how inflation is affecting families, and what policy changes can help individuals…
The Greater Chicago Food Depository applauds today’s announcement that the Biden-Harris Administration will host the second-ever White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health in September. The first convening to focus a national dialog on hunger in more than 50 years…
Food Depository resumes Nourish Project with evolved plan to construct prepared meal kitchen on Chicago’s Southwest Side
The Greater Chicago Food Depository revealed its updated timeline to begin construction on an exciting new meal preparation kitchen to increase the availability of nutritious prepared meals for people at increased risk of hunger.
In the latest edition of Food for Thought, we celebrate National Volunteer Month with stories of those who give back at our facility and across our network. This issue also features an update on our prepared meals facility project and a story about a growing suburban food pantry.
Our latest Hunger in our Community Report provides an update on the current state of food insecurity in Chicago and Cook County. Learn more about how the Food Depository is continuing to respond to elevated food insecurity rates caused by
The Food Depository calls on the Senate to pass voting rights legislation to empower people to shape communities that can be free from hunger and poverty. Read our full statement.