Mindfulness, not matter how you practice it, is a way to cope with the uncertainty, to connect to your body, and generally relieve stress. Our Chief Program Officer, Jennie Hull, recently practiced mindfulness by volunteering at a gleaning shift at The Hub!
We’re expanding our mental health services! Take control of your tomorrow with one of Lakeview Pantry’s licensed mental health clinicians. Free, no strings attached mental health counseling available to residents of Humboldt Park and Avondale. Now available via telehealth or at La Casa Norte!
Not all heroes wear capes—but they do wear masks! We could all use a little inspiration right now, so we’re spotlighting a force of good in our community: Lakeview Pantry’s very own CEO, Kellie O’Connell! Read more about why she’s a “food hero” in Chicago Health Magazine’s Healthcare Heroes issue here “We knew this is exactly […]
June represents not only the celebration of Pride but also the celebration of marriage. Taneka Taylor, Lakeview Pantry Social Worker, reflects on the meaning of Pride and community.
While writing this post, I thought about all the families that come through our doors in need of our services; in doing so, I thought about my own family and my family history. What I admire about black history is the importance of family.
Our CEO, Kellie O’Connell, shared how Lakeview Pantry is giving back to our communities this holiday season—and all year long! Watch the full clip on WCIU’s “The Jam” to learn more about how we’re working to end hunger.