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September is Hunger Action Month. Learn how you can take action!
The SNAP Challenge helps raise awareness of hunger and food insecurity in America.
Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry has an AmeriCorps position open for the 2016-2017 cycle; Assistant Pantry Manager.
We have a lot of beautiful fruits and vegetables in the Pantry - time to talk about their importance!
As a kid, summer is a favorite time of year but for children facing food insecurity, the picture can be different; with school lunches unavailable, a summer day can be a hungry day.
Looking for a unique way to interact with Pantry Clients? Try volunteering for a Home Delivery Shift!
We are pleased to welcome two new staff members, Marcus and Ricardo!
Along with over 11,000 people, we took steps to end hunger.
Functional foods are thought to provide benefits beyond basic nutrition and may play a role in minimizing the risk of certain diseases and health conditions. Examples include fruits and vegetables, whole grains, yogurt, nuts and seeds...
A former Food Pantry intern (and current volunteer) reflects on her experience as part of the Nutrition Education team.
As part of their 2nd Annual Healthy Over Hungry Cereal Drive, West Suburban Medical Center collected over 17,000 servings of cereal for Food Pantry clients.
Brooks Middle School wins the School Competition of the CAN DO Community Challenge with enough donations to feed 210 families!