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A little before the holiday season in 1978, Girl Scouts leader Patricia Funk had an idea for a service project: Her troop could help feed neighbors in need.
September is HUNGER ACTION MONTH!
Late-February 6 delegates from Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry including 2 staff members and 4 board members made their way to Washington D.C.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps 1.9 million people in Illinois (about 1 in 7) afford enough food to live a healthy life.
A step you can take now to prevent SNAP cuts in the future
Dear friends in the fight against hunger,
For many people in our service area and throughout the state, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps, means the difference between eating and going hungry.
IL passage of HB 3211 and federal budget proposals.