Donate

Your contribution helps us pay for the nutritious food, drinks and supplies at the hospitality center, warming centers, and soup kitchens. Additional support goes toward events that promote interfaith dialogue…

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Services

We express our shared values through direct services, including soup kitchens, warming centers, an emergency overnight shelter, a hospitality center, free fresh produce distribution in partnership with The Great Chicago Food Depository’s Producemobile.

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Advocacy

The Education & Advocacy Committee monitors local and national initiatives impacting hunger and homelessness, and recommends political actions for contacting legislators and policymakers. Public Gatherings provide a venue for volunteers, supporters and others who care about ending hunger and homelessness.

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Dialogue

By creating safe spaces for peaceful non-confrontational dialogue, Interfaith Action of Evanston brings people together to build relationships and understanding across faith boundaries. We continue to learn from each other by exploring the varied traditions and beliefs that make up the diverse community in which we live and serve.

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Interfaith Thanksgiving Eve Service Information

Interfaith Action of Evanston is a living example of the power of interfaith dialogue – not as an academic exercise or theoretical construct, but as a force uniting Evanston’s diverse communities of faith and spirit to feed the hungry, serve the needs of the homeless, and build bridges across our divides by the expression of our shared values through action. This year marks the opportunity to celebrate progress of one bridge building effort: the reconciliation dialogue between Lutherans and Catholics. Energized by that example, Interfaith Action of Evanston presents its…

2018 Vision Keepers Dinner

It’s not too early to start thinking about Interfaith Action’s upcoming Vision Keepers Dinner on February 18, 2018 at the Hilton Orrington Hotel.  Each year, this popular fundraising event honors those who have made positive contributions to their faith community and greater Evanston.  Proceeds support Interfaith Action’s programs, including the Hospitality Center for the Homeless, local soup kitchens, monthly Producemobile, winter overnight shelter and warming centers. Faith communities will begin receiving information about selecting their Vision Keeper(s) and making reservations in early December.  At that time, information will also be…