1901 S. Fourth Ave.
Morton, IL
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Our Mission:
To be a visible demonstration of the Kingdom of God by acts of mercy that meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those we serve.
Physical:     The food pantry is open to guests from 10am–12pm every Saturday. Guests  to Community Harvest are given “units” of food based on the number of people in their household. Each “unit” contains a variety of items that aims to meet the caloric requirements for two people for a week, and generally consists of canned fruit and vegetables, protein, starch, and snack foods. Other items such as bread, drinks, desserts and fresh produce are added to the units as they are available. 
Emotional:     Financial struggle affects a person’s entire being. The stress of  having to choose between food, shelter, utilities, transportation and medical care , especially for your children, can be overwhelming. At Community Harvest one of our core principles is dignity and respect for our Guests. As we serve those in our community, we seek to create a place where people feel  welcome and are treated with compassion. It is our desire to create and maintain positive relationships with our guests, who may come once in awhile or every week for a season in their lives. 
Spiritual:    Our guiding principles of treating our guests with dignity and respect, developing relationships and offering prayer come from our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We seek to bless those in our community with a visible demonstration of His love for all mankind, and extend to all His invitation to know Him. 

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Donations accepted during regular business hours Mon-Fri, or special arrangements can be made. Contact us for more information.


Many volunteers are needed to run the food pantry. Contact us for more information on dates/times/jobs needed.



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