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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Next Producemobile Distribution: Tuesday, Jan. 13

 

The Greater Chicago Food Depository’s Producemobile, in partnership with Interfaith Action and The City of Evanston have begun the monthly distribution of free produce in the east parking lot of the Robert Crown Center, at 1701 Main Street. Disbursements occur on the second Tuesday of each montvolunteer 12-11-12h, from 9:30-11:30 am. Anyone in need is welcome to come and receive an assortment of free fruits and veggies, and encouraged to bring their own cart, box, or heavy bag to carry the produce home.

 

How to Become a Volunteer

To help distribute flyers for the Producemobile or and to help distribute the produce for the Producemobile program, sign-up using Sign Up Genius

YES! I want to help distribute produce and get email reminders before the distribution.

Honoring Evanston’s Vision Keepers

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Vision Keepers are nominated by member faith communities in recognition of their service to the greater good.

Each year, we honor members of our faith communities who exemplify our common desire to create a world that works for all at the annual Vision Keepers Dinner. Always a sell-out, this inspring annual banquet recognizes Evanston’s most dedicated and effective leaders, while raising fund to further our programs. Join us on Sunday, February 15 at the Hotel Hilton Orrington to recognize someone from your faith community who has made a positive contribution to your organization and the greater community.

Click here to download a Vision Keeper Nomination form 2014.

Click here to download an Vision Keeper Invitation.

Click here to download a Vision Keeper Table Reservation Form.