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Published on October 3, 2008

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Thank you to all of the volunteers that help feed the hungry of the Crystal Lake area!
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Crystal Lake Food Pantry’s Volunteer Breakfast 2008

Thanks to Our Wonderful Volunteers…

We Provided Over 90 Tons of Food in 2007! Those 90 tons of food served 13,410 people Just since January 2008, we have provided over 60 tons of food and served 12,000 people. That translates to over 21,600 bags of groceries just since January.

Those 90 tons of food served 13,410 people

Just since January 2008, we have provided over 60 tons of food and served 12,000 people.

That translates to over 21,600 bags of groceries just since January.

And Fed Over 600 Families We fed 697 families in 2007 Average family size: 3.1 members 73% have 2,3,4, or 5 members We served 2169 individuals Family types: 29% single moms/dads 47% adults with children 18% Adults without children

We fed 697 families in 2007

Average family size: 3.1 members

73% have 2,3,4, or 5 members

We served 2169 individuals

Family types:

29% single moms/dads

47% adults with children

18% Adults without children

How Often and How Long? 51% of our clients only visit the CL Food Pantry 1,2 or 3 times ALL Year 21% of our clients visit 4,5 or 6 times all year 8% of our clients need our help about once a month (12 times a year) Most of which are either seniors or disabled 66% of our clients will use the pantry for less than 2 years 24% of our clients will need our help for more than 3 years

51% of our clients only visit the CL Food Pantry 1,2 or 3 times ALL Year

21% of our clients visit 4,5 or 6 times all year

8% of our clients need our help about once a month (12 times a year)

Most of which are either seniors or disabled

66% of our clients will use the pantry for less than 2 years

24% of our clients will need our help for more than 3 years

We Have A New Home Salvation Army Basement BEFORE

Salvation Army Basement

We Have A New Home 257 King Street AFTER

257 King Street

We Have A New Home The Reception Area and Waiting Room Registration desk and interview area Waiting area BEFORE

The Reception Area and Waiting Room

We Have A New Home The Reception Area and Waiting Room AFTER

The Reception Area and Waiting Room

We Have A New Home Refrigerators and Order Table BEFORE

Refrigerators and Order Table

We Have A New Home Refrigerators and Order Table AFTER

Refrigerators and Order Table

We Have A New Home Shelving BEFORE

Shelving

We Have A New Home Shelves and Client Area AFTER

Shelves and Client Area

Thanks to Our Wonderful Volunteers… We have an executive committee that handles the “business side” of the pantry. Marilyn Georgy, President Cate Williams, Vice President Jackie Eberle, Treasurer Loris Thacker, Recording Secretary Andrea McCarthy, Correspondence Secretary

We have an executive committee that handles the “business side” of the pantry.

Marilyn Georgy, President

Cate Williams, Vice President

Jackie Eberle, Treasurer

Loris Thacker, Recording Secretary

Andrea McCarthy, Correspondence Secretary

Thanks to Our Wonderful Volunteers… With warm smiles and even warmer hearts, Hilary and all the volunteers check-in and interview our clients All the volunteers that make each day as well as our special events possible

With warm smiles and even warmer hearts, Hilary and all the volunteers check-in and interview our clients

All the volunteers that make each day as well as our special events possible

Our shelves are stocked with deliveries every Thursday! Ed & Linda Nogan Gordy & Cheryll Triefenbach Norm Falk, Howard Clark Ben Martin Lee Dennison Chuck & lyz Tinker Jack Biesterfield John Arvidson Bob Reber Ardell Legel  Steve Newton Did you know that our receiving crew handled 124,584 pounds of food in 2007? Thanks to Our Wonderful Volunteers…

Our shelves are stocked with deliveries every Thursday!

Ed & Linda Nogan

Gordy & Cheryll Triefenbach

Norm Falk,

Howard Clark

Ben Martin

Lee Dennison

Chuck & lyz Tinker

Jack Biesterfield

John Arvidson

Bob Reber

Ardell Legel 

Steve Newton

Did you know that our receiving crew handled 124,584 pounds of food in 2007?

Some of our volunteers work many days a week, many hours a day! Bob Reber Carl Michaelis (and Jane Kartson) Ken Grubb Thanks to Our Wonderful Volunteers…

Some of our volunteers work many days a week, many hours a day!

Bob Reber

Carl Michaelis (and Jane Kartson)

Ken Grubb

We have over 22 churches that participate in the Food Pantry. The church representatives help run the church food drives, fundraisers and coordinate volunteers CL Presbyterian Church-Ridgefield St. Mary’s Episcopal Church First Baptist Church of Crystal Lake United Methodist Church St. Paul’s United Church of Christ First Congregational Church Bethany Lutheran Church Immanuel Lutheran Church St. Thomas the Apostle Church Resurrection Catholic Church Crystal Lake Christian Church Community Life Church Evangelical Free Church Fox Valley Christian Reform Church Hope Covenant Church Christian Fellowship Church Prince of Peace Lutheran Church St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church Harvest Bible Chapel Willow Creek of Crystal Lake Living Waters Church The Vineyard Christian Fellowship The Salvation Army Citadel Thanks to Our Wonderful Volunteers… Christen Fellowship Vineyard Church Immanuel Lutheran

We have over 22 churches that participate in the Food Pantry.

The church representatives help run the church food drives, fundraisers and coordinate volunteers

CL Presbyterian Church-Ridgefield

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

First Baptist Church of Crystal Lake

United Methodist Church

St. Paul’s United Church of Christ

First Congregational Church

Bethany Lutheran Church

Immanuel Lutheran Church

St. Thomas the Apostle Church

Resurrection Catholic Church

Crystal Lake Christian Church

Community Life Church

Evangelical Free Church

Fox Valley Christian Reform Church

Hope Covenant Church

Christian Fellowship Church

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church

Harvest Bible Chapel

Willow Creek of Crystal Lake

Living Waters Church

The Vineyard Christian Fellowship

The Salvation Army Citadel

Christen Fellowship

Vineyard Church

Many community groups support the pantry with food drives, donations and volunteers Crystal Lake Jaycees Chamber of Commerce Rotary Dawnbreakers Rotary Noon Club Lions Club Boy Scout Troops Girl Scout Troops School Dist. 47 School Dist. 155 National Association of Letter Carriers Mothers and More Crystal Lake Library Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Northern Illinois Food Bank Thanks to Our Wonderful Volunteers… Boy Scouts/Scouting for Food (March) 7,918 pounds of food in 2007 Community Harvest (CL Jaycees and Chamber of Commerce) 31,418 pounds of food in 2007

Many community groups support the pantry with food drives, donations and volunteers

Crystal Lake Jaycees

Chamber of Commerce

Rotary Dawnbreakers

Rotary Noon Club

Lions Club

Boy Scout Troops

Girl Scout Troops

School Dist. 47

School Dist. 155

National Association of Letter Carriers

Mothers and More

Crystal Lake Library

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans

Northern Illinois Food Bank

Boy Scouts/Scouting for Food (March)

7,918 pounds of food in 2007

Community Harvest

(CL Jaycees and Chamber of Commerce)

31,418 pounds of food in 2007

Many local businesses also support the pantry through food drives, donations and volunteers Twin Treats Vending Keep In Touch Massage Studio Offer The Coffee Group Local Banks Dr. Moore Chiropractic Premiere Brokers Approved Comfort, Inc. Benchmark Environmental Services, Inc. Bollinger, Lach and Associates, Inc. Collins Construction Services, Inc. Crystal Lake Bank Dorion-Gray Retirement Planning, Inc. DSR Construction Co. Harris N.A. McHenry Insurance Services, Inc. Miller Verchota Inc. Mionx Corporation RothMelei, Ltd. Sign-X The Waggoner Law Firm, P.C. Vanderstappen Surveying & Engineering, Inc. Thanks to Our Wonderful Volunteers… Bob Blazier and Professionals Group

Many local businesses also support the pantry through food drives, donations and volunteers

Twin Treats Vending

Keep In Touch Massage Studio Offer

The Coffee Group

Local Banks

Dr. Moore Chiropractic

Premiere Brokers

Approved Comfort, Inc.

Benchmark Environmental Services, Inc.

Bollinger, Lach and Associates, Inc.

Collins Construction Services, Inc.

Crystal Lake Bank

Dorion-Gray Retirement Planning, Inc.

DSR Construction Co.

Harris N.A.

McHenry Insurance Services, Inc.

Miller Verchota Inc.

Mionx Corporation

RothMelei, Ltd.

Sign-X

The Waggoner Law Firm, P.C.

Vanderstappen Surveying & Engineering, Inc.

What Our Clients Say About Our Volunteers… “ You people are Awesome! God bless you.” “ I'm always treated very nice and greeted by my first name which always makes me feel good!” “ Thank you all for your time. I know everyone doesn't say thank you so I'll say it for them. Thank You All!” “ The volunteers are wonderful.” “ You are treated with dignity and respect regardless of your situation.” “ I'm so grateful for the food that I receive. The help is so caring and makes you feel welcome and does not make you feel that you are a lower class needy person.” “ We just want to say thank you to the Pantry and all the volunteers for all the help and support for our family.”

“ You people are Awesome! God bless you.”

“ I'm always treated very nice and greeted by my first name which always makes me feel good!”

“ Thank you all for your time. I know everyone doesn't say thank you so I'll say it for them. Thank You All!”

“ The volunteers are wonderful.”

“ You are treated with dignity and respect regardless of your situation.”

“ I'm so grateful for the food that I receive. The help is so caring and makes you feel welcome and does not make you feel that you are a lower class needy person.”

“ We just want to say thank you to the Pantry and all the volunteers for all the help and support for our family.”

What is Left to Say But… “ Thank you!”

“ Thank you!”

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