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Food Pantry Programs and Assistance in Village of New Lenox & New Lenox Township, IL

Food Pantry Programs and Assistance in 
Village of New Lenox & New Lenox Township, IL

     It would never be easy to struggle or know that you might have a hard time putting food on your family's table.  But during the winter Holidays, that struggle seems especially cruel. 

          In the Village of New Lenox and the surrounding New Lenox Township area, residents can find multiple resources that will aid them in their struggle ... via timely assistance and food supplies.  

     The New Lenox Township, in accordance with State of Illinois guidelines, assists its qualified residents with food staples and supplies.  It also provides help during emergency situations.

New Lenox Township Food Pantry hours are:

Monday through Friday:  8 am to 4 pm
Township Pantry Location:
No Appointment Necessary
Proof of Residency is required
For Info:  815.485.6431
or to Email: 

     Township residents can receive one bag of groceries per week of need.  An application (required by law) for assistance must be filled-out by those in need.

     Two  New Lenox area churches also offer a food pantry.
They are:

New Life Church -  New Lenox
Pantry Hours:  4 pm to 5 pm
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month
For more info:  815.462.0202

Crossroads Community Church
Pantry Hours:  9 am to 10:30 am
4th Saturday of each month
For more info, call the church office at:
Office:  815.462.7700
or Email: 

     It's recommended that you always call ahead to make sure pantries are open and running during normal pantry hours.     Please remember too, that these pantries run on the kindness and generosity of New Lenox area residents and businesses, as no tax dollars are received to help stock the pantries with supplies.  Area residents and business wanting to help with the provision of food items are always needed.  Should you be able and willing to help, please inquire at the numbers and contact info above.  Thank you ...

     *  The food pantry and assistance written of above is just one example of the many beneficial services, kindness, and assistance extended to those in need and living within the Village of New Lenox and New Lenox Township, IL.  It speaks highly of the community, its residents, and the quality of life found within its borders.  
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