We accept donations 24 hours-a-day through the red donation door, located on the front of the building, just left of the large dock doors.

We can do this!

Hunger is not a disease. It is a situation. And it’s one we can fix!
Let’s work together to solve hunger in Kendall County!

Funds

Of all the things you can donate, money is still the most effective. For every $1 you donate, we use the buying power of Northern Illinois Food Bank to provide $8 worth of groceries to a neighbor in need.


Food

Below is a list of high-demand/impact items that we are in continuous need of. We accept donations at our 24/7 “Red Door” donation room. Bulk donations can be dropped off Mon-Fri 9 am – Noon or call 630-553-0473 to make an appointment.

Food – non- perishable items

Canned foods (soups, vegetables, fruit, meals, tune, chicken, etc.)
Bottled items (drinks, juices, condiments, sauces, etc.)
Boxed goods (pasta, cereal, oatmeal, etc.)
Cooking ingredients (flour, sugar, oils, etc.)
Nothing fresh or frozen

Children’s items
Diapers – all sizes (especially sizes 4 and 6)
Baby food – formula, jars, boxes of dry food
Children’s medicine – cold, cough, cough syrup, etc.

Adult goods
Depend-type items (no tabs, all sizes)
Healthy drinks (like Ensure)
Feminine products – pads, tampons (all sizes)

Pet food and items – dog and cat
Dry foods – all types
Wet/canned foods – all types
Kitty litter
Animal sweaters, coats, toys, etc.

Household and personal items
Cleaning supplies, dish soap, liquid hand soap, shampoos, toothpaste, etc.

Monetary donations
With our network buying power, for every $1 donated we can purchase up to $8 in food and household items


Other Items

We’re grateful for new and gently used clothing, bedding, shoes, coats, and towels.   

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Appliances

If donating furniture or appliances please contact us and we will make your contact information available to our Clients.  Arrangements can be made for client pick up as we cannot accept drop-offs for these items.


Electronics

We cannot take electronics such as computers, console TVs, or stereos.  These items may be dropped off at Yorkville’s Public Works Facility at 610 Tower Lane.


Around the Clock

We accept donations 24 hours a day.  If it’s after hours, use the red donation door, located on the front of the building, just left of the large dock doors. Donation receipts are available there.


Thank you for joining us in helping our neighbors!

Care. Share. Strengthen. Committed to our neighbors in need.

We can do this!

Hunger is not a disease. It is a situation. And it’s one we can fix!
Let’s work together to solve hunger in Kendall County!

Funds

Of all the things you can donate, money is still the most effective. For every $1 you donate, we use the buying power of Northern Illinois Food Bank to provide $8 worth of groceries to a neighbor in need.


Food

Below is a list of high-demand/impact items that we are in continuous need of. We accept donations at our 24/7 “Red Door” donation room. Bulk donations can be dropped off Mon-Fri 9 am – Noon or call 630-553-0473 to make an appointment.

Food – non- perishable items

Canned foods (soups, vegetables, fruit, meals, tune, chicken, etc.)
Bottled items (drinks, juices, condiments, sauces, etc.)
Boxed goods (pasta, cereal, oatmeal, etc.)
Cooking ingredients (flour, sugar, oils, etc.)
Nothing fresh or frozen

Children’s items
Diapers – all sizes (especially sizes 4 and 6)
Baby food – formula, jars, boxes of dry food
Children’s medicine – cold, cough, cough syrup, etc.

Adult goods
Depend-type items (no tabs, all sizes)
Healthy drinks (like Ensure)
Feminine products – pads, tampons (all sizes)

Pet food and items – dog and cat
Dry foods – all types
Wet/canned foods – all types
Kitty litter
Animal sweaters, coats, toys, etc.

Household and personal items
Cleaning supplies, dish soap, liquid hand soap, shampoos, toothpaste, etc.

Monetary donations
With our network buying power, for every $1 donated we can purchase up to $8 in food and household items


Other Items

We’re grateful for new and gently used clothing, bedding, shoes, coats, and towels.   

shutterstock_4


Appliances

If donating furniture or appliances please contact us and we will make your contact information available to our Clients.  Arrangements can be made for client pick up as we cannot accept drop-offs for these items.


Electronics

We cannot take electronics such as computers, console TVs, or stereos.  These items may be dropped off at Yorkville’s Public Works Facility at 610 Tower Lane.


Around the Clock

We accept donations 24 hours a day.  If it’s after hours, use the red donation door, located on the front of the building, just left of the large dock doors. Donation receipts are available there.


Thank you for joining us in helping our neighbors!

Care. Share. Strengthen. Committed to our neighbors in need.

We accept donations 24 hours-a-day through the red donation door, located on the front of the building, just left of the large dock doors.