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Fox Valley Coronavirus Relief Fund

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More than 1 million households in Illinois struggle to afford the basic necessities of housing, childcare, food, transportation, health care and technology.

Now their struggle is even more difficult. Many people have lost their jobs. Schools are closed, affecting children who rely on free meal programs. Social service agencies that serve people in need have a shortage of food and supplies. The demand for assistance is significantly greater today than it was a month ago.

You can help.

You can donate to support social service agencies in Kane and Kendall counties striving to serve children and families at this critical time. Our Fox Valley Coronavirus Relief Fund is gathering personal and corporate donations and will distribute them locally to these agencies. Together, we can help stop the increasing economic ripple effect of this pandemic!

We are committed to doing our part to ensure that all children and families at risk have the resources they need, now and in the near future. Thank you for your help!

Organizations already helped by the Coronavirus Relief Fund include:

Association for Individual Development
Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry
Conley Outreach Community Services
Elderday Center

Family Counseling Service of Aurora
Family Focus
Fox Valley Older Adult Services
Hesed House
Hope for Tomorrow

Kane Senior Council
Kendall County Community Benefits
Kendall County Community Food Pantry
Lazarus House

Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry
Mutual Ground

Northern Illinois Food Bank
Quad County Urban League
Salvation Army Tri-City Corps
Senior Services Associates
St. Vincent DePaul
The Neighbor Project
TriCity Family Services
Tri City Health Partnership
VNA Health Care
Wayside Cross Ministries
World Relief DuPage/Aurora

Special Thanks to our Relief Fund Donors:




Alma Latham
Anil Jha
Anita Kumari Malik
Becky Blaine
Bill and Beth Allendoerfer
Christine Meagher
Cynthia Harris
David Stumm
Eric Hartman
Gregory Schuh
Heather Pererson
Katherine Banks
Jack Hienton
John Davin
John and Sue Potter
John McKee
Larissa Garcia
Mary Mullen
Michele Kellen
Melinda Tejada
Orange County United Way
Patricia Smart
Sara Jo Johnson
Sara Walstrom
Sujay Kumar Roy
William and Patricia Minihan


Let’s demonstrate resilience, compassion and generosity in the face of this volatile public health crisis. Let’s LIVE UNITED!