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Special Fundraiser Event!

Do NOT miss this event!
Think you’re tough?
Build a Team and Prove It!
All Proceeds Benefit the Food Pantry

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13 hours ago

We would like you to meet a few more of our volunteers. Bill, Jim and Barry...otherwise known as the Meat Heads! This team distributes meat, poultry and fish. Between the three of them they have ... See more

4 days ago

We can always count on the United Methodist Men’s group every Thursday to help us get our bread and dessert aisle ready for distribution on Thursday. They have been volunteering with us over seven ... See more

1 week ago

Meet Gary and Katie, they work in our canned goods section. They are both long time volunteers and assist in other areas, too.

Thank-you Gary and Katie for your hard work and happy smiles! 😀

2 weeks ago

Are you a plastic bag saver? We can really use them! The holiday season ran us nearly dry. We use more than 1000 standard plastic grocery bags each week. You may drop them off 24 x 7 in the ... See more

2 weeks ago
Photos from Kendall County Community Food Pantry's post

Students from the 3rd, 4th and 5th grades at Prairie Point Elementary in Oswego, used part of their hoilday party to make fleece scarves for those in need. They made one for themselves and donated ... See more

2 weeks ago

From our family at the KCCFP to your family - Happy New Year!

2 weeks ago

Thank-you to the Oswego Chamber of Commerce who dropped off two checks this week - 1 for $505 from their 50/50 raffle and 1 for $1850 from the Fraidycat.

Your continued support of the KCCFP is ... See more

3 weeks ago

1 month ago
Photos from Kendall County Community Food Pantry's post

Sometimes we wonder if the day will go smoothly and then we realize we have the best group of volunteers...ever! Today this group of amazing people helped serve over 575 families in our Christmas ... See more

1 month ago

We are so very thankful to the Oswego Junior Women’s Club for thinking of our clients during the winter months. They delivered over 280 items that included gloves, mittens, scarves and other items ... See more

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