Hunger Relief in the News
On August 12, the Trump Administration announced the “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds” rule change to go into effect October 15. The Food Depository and anti-hunger advocates have strongly opposed this rule change since its original announcement. On behalf of
On July 23, the Trump Administration announced a proposal to restrict access to SNAP benefits. The Food Depository is strongly opposed to this proposal, which would increase hunger in our community. Read our full statement.
The Trump administration’s continued threat of deportation raids creates fear and increases the risk of hunger in our community. The Food Depository stands opposed to these threats. Read our full statement.
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