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.

    Northfield Township Food Pantry Annual Financial Report FY18 19

    Northfield Township Food Pantry Annual Financial Report FY2019 2020

    Need Help?

    Click the text below to download the current Pantry certification documents.

    2020 Pantry Certification Documents

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    Representatives and volunteers from the Glenbrook CROP Hunger Walk present checks to three area hunger relief agencies, including the Northfield Township Food Pantry.

    Volunteer opportunities are available for individuals, groups and families. Children under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

    Volunteer duties include but are not limited to sorting food donations, stocking Pantry shelves, repackaging bulk food items and picking up food donations from area grocery stores and businesses (a volunteer driver must have a valid driver’s license and own their car).

    Every volunteer must complete a waiver form. You can download the waiver forms from the links to the right. 

    If you are interested in volunteering, or have a group that is interested, please use the Volunteer Signup Form or call our Pantry Coordinator at 847-724-8300.

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    Volunteer Sign Up Form

    • Do you have any physical restrictions?
    • What languages can you speak?
      What days are you available?
      What times are you available?
      How many times a month can you volunteer?
    • On what dates are you unable to volunteer?
    • In case of an emergency, what's the name and contact information of the person we should contact?
    • Optional. Periodically Northfield Township is given an opportunity to recommend volunteers within a specific age requirement for extraordinary service. Providing your birthday will allow us to determine the eligibility for such awards.