Over 450,000 older adults in Illinois are threatened by hunger. Your support helps delay the need for older adults or persons with disabilities to be in a long-term care or assisted living facilities which can be very costly to our participants. Being enrolled in the Meals on Wheels program keeps older adults and persons with disabilities healthier and more independent in their own surroundings. Your generous gift helps to cover the costs of maintaining and growing our direct service programs to the older adults across Cook, Kendall, Grundy, and Will Counties.
Thank you to all of our donors, monthly or one-time, who help ensure that No Older Adult Goes Hungry.
Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided in
return for this gift.
Meals on Wheels Foundation of Northern Illinois is a registered non-profit organization with Federal Tax
To make an in-kind donation, please review our list of needs on our in-kind donation page.
To give via PayPal, please use this button:
To volunteer, please visit our volunteer page to fill out an application.
You can do so by connecting the Director of Development below.
A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a philanthropic giving tool that allows you to grant funds to charities while providing an immediate tax-benefit to you. It’s like a charitable investment account for the sole purpose of supporting causes you care about.
Yes, our organization is transparent and publicly shares our Annual Reports.
You can give up to $100,000 tax free from your IRA directly to a qualified charity like Meals on Wheels Foundation of Northern Illinois. The transfer generates neither taxable income nor a tax deduction, so you benefit even if you do not itemize your deductions.
When contributing via your IRA, your gift will be put to use immediately, allowing you to see the difference your donation is making for Older Adults.
If you have any additional questions about our donation system, or need further support, please reach out
to our Director of Development, Zoraima Yoli Osegueda.