Plainfield, IL – Mobile Food Pantry to Serve Plainfield Residents Today


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Plainfield, IL -Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Joliet is taking strides to combat food insecurity in the region with their Mobile Food Pantry. 

According to the organization, the pantry will be available at St Mary Immaculate in Plainfield on February 19th, from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm, providing essential food supplies to those in need. The service will continue at St. Joan of Arc in Lisle on February 20th and Our Lady of Mercy in Aurora on February 21st, maintaining the same afternoon hours. 

These efforts reflect a growing commitment to address hunger in local communities, with the mobile pantry aiming to reach a wider demographic.


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