We want to be plastic-free! Do you have reusable shopping bags that are just gathering dust? Drop them off any time at 4628 N. Clifton Avenue in Chicago. They will be used for our food pantry program that provides nutritious food to over 125 households each week. Thank you!
We want your reusable bags! If you have reusable bags you no longer need please drop them off at 4628 N. Clifton Avenue in Chicago. CCO is working to be “plastic-free.”
How will your donated bags be used? They will be given to our food pantry patrons who will fill them with nutritious food from our pantry. We are asking everyone to bring their bags back when they come back to the pantry. So, join us in this exciting change and donate your bags today. Thanks!
Recently, Hunt.Fish.Feed. came to CCO to prepare and serve salmon and venison tacos to our shelter guests. It was a delicious meal.
The following is a thank you note to Hunt.Fish.Feed from one of our shelter residents.
“Thank you so much for taking the time to fix us a special dinner. The tacos were really good. I thought they were made with ground beef (LOL)! This was the first time I tasted salmon. It went well with the dill sauce and lemon juice. It was delicious!”
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CCO is working to be plastic-free! Today at the CCO Food bag Program, pantry patrons were given reusable bags for their can goods, produce and frozen meats.
Do you have reusable bags you would like to donate? Please bring them to 4628 N. Clifton Avenue in Chicago. Staff and neighbors donated a large quantity of … Read More
Recently, State Representative Greg Harris came to CCO to be a part of our annual Hunt.Fish.Feed. event. CCO Staff and Executive Director, Sandy Ramsey were grateful for the opportunity to thank Representative Harris for his work in defending the homeless budget last year in Springfield.
Hunt.Fish.Feed in partnership with Comcast Digital Cable prepared and served a delicious salmon dinner for our shelter guests last week. The salmon to be served has been donated by fisherman that participated in the PFC Geoffrey Morris Tournament on Lake Michigan.
The special meal was prepared by Executive Chef Scott Leysath and special guest David Draper. Alderman Cappelman and Illinois House Rep. Greg Harris joined CCO staff and residents for this special event! We are grateful to everyone who attended and made our shelter guests fill nourished and cared for.
Hunt.Fish.Feed uses wild game as a food source to help alleviate hunger in America. We are grateful that chose CCO for another amazing year!
Over 120 fabulous CCO volunteers walked 3.1 miles at this years Greater Chicago Food Depository Hunger Walk. Over 25,000 pounds of food will go to our shelter residents, food pantry patrons and dinner guests who count on CCO for nutritious meals! We are so grateful to everyone who joined us for this fun event!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you to everyone who walked for CCO or made a donation into our food account. We are grateful!
One community, one belief:
No one should go hungry.
One week from today the Hunger Walk will be kicking off at Soldier Field in Chicago! Walk, donate or just find out more about alleviating hunger by clicking here!
Next week Hunt.Fish.Feed in partnership with Comcast Digital Cable will be preparing and serving a salmon dinner for our shelter guests. The salmon to be served has been donated by fisherman that participated in the PFC Geoffrey Morris Tournament on Lake Michigan. This special meal will be prepared by Executive Chef Scott Leysath and special guest David Draper, who pens the “Wild Chef.”
Hunt.Fish.Feed uses wild game as a food source to help alleviate hunger in America. We are excited to welcome them back to CCO.
Stay tuned for photos of next weeks event!