Hunger Relief in the News
The Food Depository commends lawmakers in the U.S. House for reaching a deal that includes $8 billion in nutrition programs for families in need.
In support of the Greater Chicago Food Depository’s COVID-19 response, Jewel-Osco and its customers have raised $1.26 million for families facing food insecurity.
The Food Depository mourns the loss of Betty Price, who ran the Feed, Clothe and Help the Needy soup kitchen and food pantry in Englewood for many years.
A local couple has made a unique and inspiring challenge: They will donate $1 million to the Greater Chicago Food Depository if the Food Depository can raise another $1 million.
George and Cindy Rusu, who lived in Chicago for many
Canstruction Chicago’s 14th annual design competition benefiting the Food Depository will culminate Thursday evening with the Virtual ChicagoCAN Awards Ceremony.