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The Oak Park Runners Club (OPRC) has announced a $25,000 gift of race proceeds from the Good Life Race in support of both the Collaboration for Early Childhood and the Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry.
For the first in a series of Volunteer Profiles, meeet Thom Shouten, an 8-year volunteer who has worn many different hats at the Pantry.
During the month of April, the Pantry calls on schools, community groups and individuals in our area to help feed our clients by organizing food drives, making individual donations.
CAN DO Community Challenge is a local hunger relief campaign sponsored by Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry.
In this version of the Pantry Pulse, we cover free lunches, the CAN DO Community Challenge, Program Updates, and New Donors.
Our Rescue Program is expanding. We’ve partnered with Rush Oak Park Hospital to rescue their surplus cafeteria food.
Can something be important if I don’t understand it? Poetry comes to mind, and science, and mathematics too.
Read the Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry 2015 Annual Report
Help make next year even better and maximize your year-end contributions to Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry.
By Don Nekrosius
The world is not a dichotomous place. Life is not an either/or experience, there being an almost infinite number of points along the continuum from Alpha to Omega, from birth to death.
What a way to kick off the Holiday Season of Giving.
Thanks to our wonderful community, $25,147.09 will go towards programs the Food Pantry provides to help those affected by Food Insecurity.
Donation Cards are a great way to spread the Holiday Spirit.
It’s as easy as 1-2-3