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Glen House Food Pantry

The Glen House Food Pantry provides essential groceries and support to people at risk of hunger through a collaboration of local churches and the broader community. The Pantry’s services are available to neighbors who live, work, or attend school in DuPage County. In 2023, the Pantry served more than one million pounds of groceries to more than 7,000 neighbors, including 700 who visited for the first time. Located at 55 N. Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn, the Pantry was founded in 1979 and is a registered 501(c)(3) organization, 100 percent privately funded through grants and donations. For more information visit www.GlenHousePantry.org or call 630-469-8668.

This listing was last updated Jan 22, 2024

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Hours are in AST. Hours updated 25 weeks ago

55 Park Boulevard, Glen Ellyn, IL, USAGet Directions

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  • Laura Glaza

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