Hunger Relief in the News
A partnership between the Greater Chicago Food Depository and City Colleges of Chicago makes food pantries available on all campuses. While they began as pop-up pantries, City Colleges plans to make them permanent. Five of the seven City Colleges now
The Food Depository’s Jim Conwell visits ABC7 Chicago to discuss summer nutrition for children. When school is out, thousands of children lose access to free and reduced-price school lunches. To meet the increased need, local dairy farmers are donating nutritious
Senator Dick Durbin met with Food Depository advocates at Northwestern Settlement on March 19. A proposed rule change to SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, would affect as many as 400,000 Illinoisans. Watch the story on ABC 7 Chicago, and take
Press Release: Two new board members elected to the Greater Chicago Food Depository’s board of directors
The Greater Chicago Food Depository’s board of directors recently elected two new members – Mark Parrell of Equity Residential and Rev. Manuel Dorantes of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.
HERE Technologies partnered with the Food Depository to help people in need locate nearby food resources using their mobile phones. The Food Depository’s Jim Conwell and HERE’s Dorothy Cooper discussed the project on NBC5 Chicago. Watch the video below and learn
As the ongoing partial shutdown of the federal government continues, federal workers are turning to food assistance programs. The Greater Chicago Food Depository and our network of partner agencies are responding to this need.