WAYS TO SERVE DURING COVID-19
Address: 3116 75th St. Kenosha, WI | Call 262-564-0286. Food Pantry open 1-4pm, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Necessities needed are toilet paper and personal hygiene products. Three to four volunteers needed Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday between 8:30am-4:30pm. Must be in good health. salvationarmy.org
Address: 4314 39th Ave, Kenosha | Call 262-658-1713. Drop food off between 8:30am-4:30pm. Lunches given out between 12-2pm, supplies needed: lunch meat, bread, breakfast bars, peanut butter, juice boxes (providing lunches for school kids), canned goods, milk, eggs, butter, and donations. We cannot accept volunteers at this time. Check Shalom Center Facebook page for any changes. shalomcenter.org
Address: 2006 60th St, Kenosha | Denise at food pantry, 262-909-8182, or email [email protected], [email protected] they could use five volunteers on Tuesday breakfast 7-9:30am, Thursday/Friday dinner 4:30-6:15pm. Checkout Grace Welcome Center Facebook page for changes or needs. gracewelcomecenter.org
Location: Lake County | In need of drivers | Contact: 847-332-2678 or visit their website at Meals on Wheels Northeastern Illinois
Address: 2525 63rd St. Kenosha. 262-656-3500 | Donate non-perishable goods, cleaning supplies and over the counter medicines, Tylenol, cough medicines, Ibuprofen. Please leave items on their on steps. wchkenosha.org
Location: Kenosha | Help deliver meals to kids. Drivers needed. | All deliveries will be done during the day; times and days will vary by need. Training required (30 min); background check required (current Journey Church background checks accepted). Personal protective equipment provided; no contact deliveries. Contact: [email protected] for more information.
Location: 149 S. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL | Transitional living facility in the Lake County area is for homeless women and their children. Donation needs may vary, depending on current circumstances | Contact: 847-244-9944| Staben House