As food insecurity continues to rise due to the effects of COVID-19, Aurora comes together to bridge the gap.
The city of Aurora will host its fifth community-wide pop-up pantry starting Monday, October 12th at 9:00 am at Phillips Park, 1000 Ray Moses Drive.
The distribution of pass-through food will provide around 1,200 families with food, according to the authorities.
The food distribution provided by the federal Coronavirus Food Assistance Program includes boxes of fresh and high-quality meat, dairy products and products.
The pop-up pantry is a partnership between the City of Aurora, the Northern Illinois Food Bank, the Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry, and the Quad County Urban League.