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Human and Pet Food Pantries

These tough economic times have seen a dramatic increase in the number of family pets abandoned or surrendered to animal shelters because their families can't afford to feed them.  To address this need, Strawberry Fields has provided the following resources to help families struggling to feed their animals.  If you need help with pet food or supplies please refer to the resources below. 
You may also contact us at

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Human and Pet Food Pantries: Chicago Suburbs



Human and Pet Food Pantries:
Chicago Suburbs

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Our House of Hope

Our House of Hope is a innovative prevention based animal welfare organization. Our concentration is on animal rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing. We lead through example, community involvement and education.

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Kibble Korner

These tough economic times have seen a dramatic increase in the number of family pets abandoned or surrendered to animal shelters because their families can't afford to feed them.  To address this need, the Kibble Korner Pet Pantry has been established to help area families who are struggling to keep their animals and their families intact.  Kibble Korner supplies Winnebago county's residents with food for their hungry pets.


The Giving Point

A nonprofit food pantry open to all who are hungry.


Located in Winthrop Harbor, IL

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Food pick up is available by appointment only (application must be completed).  Pick up is in Lemont.

Food assistance is available once a month

604 Illinois St.

Lemont, IL 60439

Wet Nose Pet Pantry

Niles Food Pantry

The Niles Township Food Pantry is operated for the benefit of township residents who are in need. It is our goal that no person goes hungry. The Niles Township pantry is located at 8341 Lockwood, Skokie, IL behind the Administration building at the south end of the complex.


Human and Pet Food Pantries: Chicago 



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Paw Salvation

PAW SALVATION INC goes out to the streets downtown , alleyways and corners to search and provide for this homeless individuals pets with FOOD , TOYS , TREATS & COMFORTABLE BEDDING for their pets .

Friendship Pet Food Pantry (FP2) provides pet food to Chicago residents in need. Food distribution takes place the third Saturday of every month at the Lincoln Square Friendship Center, from 9 to 11 a.m.

2733 W Lawrence Ave, Chicago

The Friendship Center

Check out the Friendship Center's blog to read about a wide array of local issues such as providing better support to our partners and personal blogs from The Friendships Center's board.  This is a link to a blog called "Poverty Is Not A Mindset" by Great Bailey.

Irving Park Food Pantry

The mission of the Pet Food Corner is to assist unemployed and underemployed families who have trouble feeding and caring for their beloved pets. Pet Supply distribution occurs on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. C.A.R.E. and other local organizations support this area of the pantry with food and supply donations!

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Rescue Pack Chicago

Rescue Pack helps rescues by providing critically needed pet food and supplies so they may focus their funds on adoptions or medical care. They want to keep cats and dogs in their homes and avoid entering already overcrowded shelters.

They have also created a community of healthy pets with our pantries, vaccination and microchipping clinics. Our donors, volunteers and supporters provide the momentum we need.  Please check their website or follow them on Facebook to see when they have their pop up food pantries and clinics.


PAWS Chicago

With their physical Pet Food Pantry temporarily closed, staff and volunteers mobilized to safely bring pet food to pet owners in Chicago's most underserved neighborhoods where emergency help was needed most. PAWS Chicago's team is making deliveries to families who would otherwise be faced with relinquishing their pet without our support.  We've provided a link to their website if you'd like more information about their mobile pantry.

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Anti Cruelty Chicago

The Anti-Cruelty Society hosts Pop-up Pet Food Pantry programs on a monthly basis in Chicago neighborhoods such as Roseland and Pullman. Check on their website for the latest locations.  We've provided a link to their website below.

Care for Real 

The C.A.R.E. Pet Food Pantry’s goal is to provide emergency food support for cats and dogs of residents of Skokie and surrounding communities. Program participants will receive dog and/or cat food that has been donated by area pet supply businesses and C.A.R.E. donors.

Red Door Shelter (Cafe)

CAFÉ is a pet food assistance program for low income pet owners. Through a partnership with PAWS - Chicago and its Lurie Family Spay/Neuter Clinic, Red Door also provides food pantry participants with $10 vouchers to have their animals neutered and/or spayed. Participants must be willing to get their animals altered in order to be eligible for pet food assistance.

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One Tail At A Time

Pet Mutual Aid

One Tail's pet food pantry's mission is to keep animals and their families together during financially difficult times by providing emergency assistance with pet food. "We love animals. We love people. We want them to stay together."  One their website they list locations where they hold regular pantries as well as locations that have a "fridge".  "The Fridge" provides these locations with 24/7 pet food.  Check the website below for locations.

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Obie's Pet Pantry

"Obi’s Pet Pantry is available 24/7 for anyone in need of pet items. There is no cost or questions ask, we are just here to help. It is located at 5023 West 64th Place; Chicago. If you would like to donate an item(s) please leave it on the front porch and we’ll take it from there. If you’re interested in having an Obi’s Pet Pantry of your own please contact us."

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