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Loaves & Fishes Community Services

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Hunger
  • Seniors
  • Women

Location

1871 High Grove LaneNaperville, IL 60540 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Our mission is to end hunger and transform lives! Loaves & Fishes Community Services was founded in 1984 and as a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit corporation. Aside from our weekly grocery shopping, we also offer trainings, certified public benefits, emergency financial assistance and more.

Description

Loaves + Fishes serves more than 1,000 families each week throughout Naperville and 4 Counties! This requires hundreds of volunteers each month (Spanish fluency always a need) in all areas of operation. We always need more volunteer support and could not impact families without it!

Reviews

Would you recommend Loaves & Fishes Community Services?
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by alexander j. (August 19, 2014)
I really enjoy volunteering at loaves and fishes because it has a very nice atmosphere. Whenever I volunteer there people are friendly and are always willing to help you out if you don't know something. Another thing I like about loaves and fishes is that they make it very easy for you to sign up and track how many hours you've done. Since I am a high school student this is very important to me because I need to keep track of my community service hours. I have never had a bad experience at loaves and fishes and am positive that if you volunteer there neither will you!!
by Ann S. (August 18, 2014)
My first impression was surprise. This place is BIG and so CLEAN. I volunteered in sorting, the other vols were friendly, the music was cheerful and the leader was a volunteer too. It's amazing how much food they give out to the visitors. I saw the carts when they would go to their cars, they were FULL! I am going to try stocking at my next visit. You don't have to do the same thing, or the same time every week. I like that, I can decide according to my schedule. The orientation was interesting, you learn about how everything works together. Check it out, it will make you feel good!

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