Hello everyone,


My name is Tony Hutson and I am with the National Association of Letter Carriers.  One of the rolls that I have with the NALC is the Regional (Illinois) Food Drive Coordinator for the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.


For the last 27 years on the second Saturday in May, the National Association of Letter Carriers has been proud to hold the Stamp Out Hunger food drive, the nation’s largest one day food drive.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were not able to safely collect and distribute food in May this year. However, we plan to schedule a 28th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive when it is safe to do so.


In the meantime, as you all know, the need for food assistance is more urgent than ever and we want to give everyone the opportunity to continue to help meet that need. That is why the National Association of Letter Carriers has begun the

 Stamp Out Hunger Donor Drive


The Donor Drive started on June 15, 2020 and will continue most likely until the end of July.


CLICK HERE to be taken to Green Harvest’s “Support Us” page where you will be able to contribute the much-needed funds that allow them to continue to serve the “food insecure” residents in their area.


Please contact me at this email address if you have any questions.  I look forward to hearing from all of you. 


Thank you,


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Holiday Meal Boxes

Dear Friends,

Although every day is a struggle for our people facing hunger, the holidays can be a particularly stressful time. As their neighbors, co-workers and friends prepare for an Easter celebration with family that includes a traditional meal, extra treats and gifts, they wonder if they will have enough food to keep their families from going to bed hungry.  Together, we have an opportunity to take away the worry of where their Thanksgiving, Christmas or other holiday meal will come from.

Through our partnership with the Northern Illinois Food Bank, we can obtain Holiday Meal Boxes. Each box contains everything needed to make a traditional holiday meal for a family of eight, including a 12-16 pound turkey, vegetables, fruit, potatoes, gravy, stuffing, dessert and other goodies.

To purchase the ingredients in the store would cost over $60.* Through our affiliation with the Northern Illinois Food Bank, you can help us provide a Holiday Food Basket to a family for just a $20 donation. Our food pantry serves over 150 families every month and we are always seeing new faces of people that are facing a crisis caused by the economy, unemployment, under-employment, an unexpected medical or car bill or additional family members living with them

Last year we distributed 300 Holiday Food Baskets to our food pantry visitors; this year we would like to distribute at least 300 boxes.

Will you help us make the holidays a little brighter for these families by making a donation for Holiday Meal Boxes?

Please click on the link below to donate NOW! 

As always, thank you for your continued support.

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At Green Harvest, we feel that these uncertain times have led us toward aiding low-income families, retirees, and the workers of our community who have recently lost their jobs. We believe that there is a serious problem today when parents must decide between feeding, providing shelter, or buying medicine for their children.

Make a Difference
It Takes A Ton!

It takes about 4 tons (8000 - 12000 lbs) of food and a lot of volunteers each month to feed our clients and their families.

Did you know for $400 you could purchase a ton of food?

Because of our partnership with Northern Illinois Food Bank in Geneva, Illinois, we are able to purchase over 45% of the food and personal hygiene items we need each month.

Would you consider purchasing a ton of food? Maybe your small group, church, school or even your office would like to help us reach our goal of 72 tons of food by the end of 2018?

Call 630-416-1109 or email us.

You can also make a cash donation by clicking here.



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