Donations to our food pantry are very important, helping us feed nearly 5,000 people a month—our neighbors in 27 south suburban communities, many of whom could not put food on the table without your help.
Getting these items from Together We Cope enables our clients to spend their own money on rent or mortgage. That way, they can stay in their homes.
We need these nonperishable groceries
all year long. Download a printer-friendly staples list.
baby food canned vegetables peanut butter soup
beans cereal jelly tomato sauce
canned fruits pasta rice tuna
Our clients also need these personal care products, which are not covered by a Link card. Download a printer-friendly list of needed personal care products.
bar soap dental floss razors toothpaste
body lotion deodorant/antiperspirant shaving cream toothbrushes
body wash Q-tips (travel size) shampoo
Help our youngest clients, by donating these items:
Download a printer-friendly needs list for our youngest clients.
baby shampoo baby lotion baby wipes
diapers (especially sizes 4–6)
Grocery store gift cards are a help
We also need gift cards to grocery stores in the south and southwest suburban area. These donations are welcome year-round but are particularly helpful during the holiday season.
You can drop off donations at the rear entrance of our food pantry at 17010 So. Oak Park Ave. in Tinley Park between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and between 2 and 7 p.m. on Thursdays.
For food drives: We’re happy to provide bins in advance and to pick them up when they’re full. Email George Rumbaugh, pantry services manager, or phone him at 708-633-5040, ext. 7228.
Corporations: For food companies seeking to donate large quantities, please email George Rumbaugh, pantry services manager, or phone him at 708-633-5040, ext. 7228.
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