Dear Northcenter Neighbor,

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to develop, the Common Pantry is experiencing increased demand for emergency food.

We need your help.

The Compassion In Action Committee — part of the Northcenter Neighborhood Association — is sponsoring a food drive on Wednesday, April 1 to assist the Common Pantry meet its increased demand for food during this time.

Please consider making a food donation to help those in need during this critical time. We have included a list of most needed food items below.

You may drop off your donation on the front porch of one of the following addresses between now and end of day, Wednesday, April 1. Members of Compassion In Action committee will arrange to bring the food to the Common Pantry.

Sally Smith

3929 N. Seeley Ave

Marnie Schwartz

3823 N. Hoyne Ave

Christina Ranvik

2415 W. Warner

Mia Furlong

3933 N. Hoyne

Susan Reed

2104 W. Bradley PL

If you are unable to drop off your donation and would prefer to arrange for a pickup, please click this link which will allow you to enter your address. Your items must be on your porch ready for pickup by NOON, Wednesday, April 1.

Most needed items:



Spaghetti sauce in jars

Boxed cereal


Boxed mac 'n cheese

Any non-perishable food items such as rice, oatmeal, canned tuna, etc.

Miscellaneous, Non-food items:

Ziploc bags (quart and gallon size)

Diapers (infant, baby, toddler & adult).


Toilet Paper

Lastly, if you would like to donate to the Common Pantry, please visit their site.

Thank you for your generosity during this unprecedented time.

Compassion In Action Committee & Northcenter Neighborhood Association

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