Location & Hours of Operation

Cary-Grove Food PantryCary-Grove Food Pantry is located in the parking lot of St. Barnabas Church,
8901 Cary-Algonquin Rd.
Cary, IL
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Phone Number: 847-516-3602

Pantry Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 to 6:00 PM
(please do not arrive before 3:15)
1st, 2nd and 3rd Saturdays of the month from 8:30 to 10:30 AM

Note: we will stop giving out numbers at 5:45pm on Tuesday's and Thursday's, 10:15 am on Saturday's

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Donate Now to Cary Grove Food Pantry - Online Donations Accepted

Volunteer of the Year 2013


2013 "Volunteer of the Year" Theresa Polyack (center)


Thank You for Your Generosity!

The pantry is always in need of paper products, toiletries, laundry and cleaning supplies, baby food, diapers, canned foods, pasta, rice, healthy cereals and more.

Monetary contributions are greatly appreciated as 75% of our food is purchased at a significantly discounted rate. As such, one dollar spent at the Northern IL Food Bank goes a very long way.

If you are planning a drive, please call the pantry and leave a message with the details and contact information. Monetary donations can be sent to the address below:

Cary-Grove Food Pantry
8901 Cary-Algonquin Rd.
Cary, IL 60013

We again want to thank all of our great friends that help us serve our communities and truly make our pantry one of the best.

The Pantry Board

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Over 150 Cub scouts, Boy scouts and adults from Cary and Fox River Grove collected almost 4,000 items of food in their neighborhoods for the Cary Grove Food pantry.

Afterwards, Scouts from Troop 657, Venture Scouts from Crew 160, and Cary Area Coordinator, Susan Kelly helped sort the food donations in the food pantry. Pictured left to right - Richard K, Matthew B, Nathan T, Alec H, and Tim O.


Thank You Boy Scouts !!


Did You Know?

Only 25% of our inventory need is actually met through Food Drives and Food Donations!

As a result, monetary donations are essential to enable us to adequately stock our shelves to meet the food needs of families in the Cary-Grove community.

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