Food Pantry


The Lisle 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 pantry is staffed by a group of dedicated volunteers.  Some, with over twenty years of service to our township.  The director of the program is Lois Biggins.  She can be reached at 630-968-2087 ext 16. The Lisle Township pantry is located at 4711 Indiana Ave, Lisle Il.  It is on the East end of the building.

Through partnerships with the Northern Illinois Food Bank, area businesses, civic groups, and individuals, the pantry can boast about having resources for its clients.

Friends for Lisle Township is a not-for-profit organization that supports the food purchases of the Lisle Township Food Pantry. As a registered 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, monetary donations to Friends for Lisle Township are tax deductible(Tax ID# 262321497). Make checks payable to Friends for Lisle Township. Checks can be mailed to Friends for Lisle Township, 943 E. Gartner Rd., Naperville 60540 or delivered to the township office.


 Holiday season is almost upon us.

The people of Lisle Township wish to thank the Kiwanis Club, as well as all the individuals who make our Thanksgiving and Winter Holiday gift program work.  Without their help, the joys of the season might be a little less bright.

If anyone would like to donate or be part of the Holiday program, please contact Lois Biggins at (630) 968-2087 x16



    Lisle Township would like to thank the following corporations, organizations and individuals who

    have so generously donated items to be used for the Food Pantry Vegetable Garden:


84 Lumber                                                     Home Depot

Jewel/Osco                                                    Lowes

National Seed                                                Steve Miller


Lisle Township Food Pantry would like to thank all the people who have helped to make the holidays happier for the many families who are currently suffering economic hardships.

Thank you to all who sponsored a family with young children for the holidays, donated food, sponsored food drives, or made a monetary donation during the 2013 Holiday Season.

Beebe Elementary School Faith United Methodist Church, Lisle Lisle Library
Air Cycle Footprint Retail Services Lisle Lions Club
Albert Miller Fox Valley H.O.G. Lisle Township Job Club
Anna Banks Simeon Frank Swindle Lisle Township Republican Organization
Barbara Bueno Zaragoza George Cook Lisle/Naperville Chapter Infant Welfare Society
Beau Bien Homeowners Association Gladson Interactive Ludwikoski Family
Benet Academy Health Smart Lynn Wilson
Brownie Troop 51651 Heritage Harley-Davidson, Inc. Mason family
Bruce Eilert Illinois Public Risk Fund Michael Failing
Cardinal Health Integrated Inventory Technology Mike Dempsey
Central Park of Lisle Jack Curley Naazish Yarkhan
Charles Clarke Jewel Osco Navistar
Christine Failing Jim & Carolyn Vondran Navistar, Inc. Global Group
Connor & Gallagher Joan Kalmanek Nicole Kelly & Family
Delta Chi John Bluder Pat Briggs
Denise French John Maher Pathway Connections
Doris Grillo John Morrell Food Group Patricia Drajin
Dorothy Dossey John Warrington Priscilla Watkins
Ducere LLC Katherine Pecak Rosehill Montessori
DuPage Health Dept. Kim Burdett Schiesher School
DuPage Montessori Kinder Care Sharon & Tim Connell
Ed & Christine Linchester Leavdi Family Sherril Porter
Ed Young Lester Szczypkowski SSAB Americas
Edward Medical Group Lisle Bible Church St. Joan of Arc
Ethel Marshall HCE Lisle Convention & Visitors Center Telephone Pioneers
Extended Grampoli Family Kiwanis Club Village of Lisle
Faith United Methodist Church, Lisle Wow Book Clubs


Lisle Township Food Pantry Distribution Information and Requirements

Who:    Any person who meets the financial requirement of national poverty guidelines and resides within the boundaries of Lisle Township

Monthly Income cannot exceed         1 person    $1,771.00

Additional person(s)                                   Add   $620.00 ea


27-Day Emergency Food Disbursement

Approx 15-20 lbs, frozen meats, pastas, vegetables

1 bag of mixed commodities, canned goods, etc.

Extras as available

Hours, Mon, Wed, Fri      8:30-10:30

The 2:00 to 4:00 Afternoons have been suspended until the construction project at the Township office is completed (Approx 11/10/14)

Please call 24 hours in advance to alert the pantry of your intentions to pick up your “27 day pick up” 630-968-2087

(This call does not mean you are making an appointment.  Appointments are not required to pick up food.  However, by calling 24 hours in advance, it allows the pantry volunteers to prepare your commodities so you will not have an extended time when visiting)


Perishable Pantry

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday

11:00 AM sharp.  Register between 10:30 and 10:59 AM

An example of products available

Fresh Baked Bread

Packaged Sliced Bread

Fresh Vegetables

Packaged Salads

Fresh Baked Bakery Goods (cakes, pies, cookies)



Other Miscellaneous Items

(You may attend any and ALL days.  No phone call is needed, as food is available by client selection)


In both cases, bring ID and proof of residency

Identification is

Any Government issued document with picture and name

Proof of Residency is (must supply one)

Current Utility Bill (no more than 90 days old)

Page 1 of a current lease or mortgage statement

Current Tax Statement

Declaration of being homeless

Bring boxes or shopping bags for perishable pantry, we are unable to supply at this time.