About The Pantry
The Northfield Township Food Pantry was started close to 50 years ago to assist Township residents who are unable to provide enough food for themselves and their families.
In April 2003, the Pantry became a 501c3 organization and an agency of the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Today, many hundreds of Township families are eligible to visit the Pantry to receive perishable and non-perishable food items and grocery store cards.
No tax dollars are used to supply the Pantry. The Pantry is sustained entirely by residents, civic organizations, schools, businesses and the faith community who generously donate food items, grocery store cards and cash.
The Pantry's mission is simple: Hunger is Unacceptable in Our Community.
Click here to download the current Pantry certification documents.
What to Help?
Click here to view our list of most needed items.
Click here to see how about volunteering at the Pantry.
Pantry Auxiliary Board
The Northfield Township Food Pantry is seeking Township residents to serve on its Pantry Auxiliary Board. High school sophomores and juniors are eligible to serve.
The Pantry Auxiliary Board is a volunteer group that helps generate financial support for the Northfield Township Food Pantry and raises awareness about the issue of hunger in our community. The board meets monthly and conducts business via email.
Any interested resident should submit a letter of interest and a completed application by 4:30 pm on March 23rd.
For more information about the Northfield Township Food Pantry or the Pantry Auxiliary Board contact Gayle Curcio at 847-724-8300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.