Fighting Hunger, Feeding Hope

With your support, Lakeview Pantry’s first hybrid Fighting Hunger, Feeding Hope event on Oct. 15, 2021 was one for the books!

Our co-chairs, sponsors, host committee members and individual contributors helped raise nearly $525,000 for our free programs and services. To get involved with next year’s event, contact Drew Moran, Director of Corporate & Foundation Partnerships, at

Visit the 2021 Fighting Hunger, Feeding Hope event page


For every $1 you donate, Lakeview Pantry can provide 8 meals to our hungry neighbors!

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Caring for our Community

COVID-19 Precautions

The health, safety, and well-being of our Lakeview Pantry community is top of mind as we look forward our events, so we will continue to inform our decision making concerning in-person aspects with city, state, and CDC guidelines.

With this in mind, guests at our in-person events will be required to supply proof of vaccination (physical or digital). Attendees will be asked to mask when not actively eating or drinking, in accordance with city mandates, and vendors will be required to remain masked for the duration of the event.

Fall Fundraiser: Fighting Hunger, Feeding Hope

Exclusive, high-end dinner event held in the fall, hosted by the Board of Directors. The event includes a live auction of Lakeview Pantry’s operating expenses and presentation of the Feeding Hope Awards (past winners include Cubs Charities and Conagra Brands). Stay tuned for more details about our 2022 event!

Spring Fundraiser: The End Hunger Social

Cocktail reception with a silent auction held in the spring, hosted by the Young Leaders Board. 200-300 up-and-coming professionals in attendance.

“It’s shocking that in the heartland of a country where billions of pounds of food go to waste each year, 1 in 6 Chicagoans don’t know where they’ll find their next meal, resulting in devastating impacts on the health and livelihood of our neighbors. Lakeview Pantry is committed to the fight against hunger and poverty in Chicago and we are extremely grateful to our community members who support us along the way.”

Casey Herman
Board President

Lakeview Pantry Exists Because of the Support of Our Neighbors.

With multiple food distribution programs that deliver more than 2.8 million pounds of food to our neighbors each year and social services that help clients achieve independence, Lakeview Pantry aims to end hunger for good. Make your impact today!

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