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Attention HSP Families & Seniors: Fresh produce will be available on Tuesday, September 27th from 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM and Wednesday, September 28th from 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM. First come, first served.

Who We Are—

Frequent Questions

We are always happy to answer your questions.

  1. How do you fund your efforts?

    We rely on generous monetary donations from individuals, schools, clubs, churches, companies, and grants. Community members also donate non-perishable food, toys, books, school supplies, and other items.

  2. I want to help more directly. What’s the best way to do that?

    Monetary donations make the greatest impact and provide the most meals for the children, families, and senior citizens who are served by HSP. You can give here or you can find the most required in-kind items for donation here.

  3. I want to teach my children to help those in need. How can I do that?

    There are a number of service project opportunities that are perfect for children to participate in. You can find more information in our Resource page.

  4. Do you have weekend volunteer hours?

    Normally, HSP is closed on the weekends and does not have volunteer hours available on those days. However, on occasion, there are special weekend events where volunteers are needed. The best way to keep up to date on these events is to sign up for HSP’s electronic newsletter here.

  5. I need help myself. What should I do?

    If you wish to apply for one of HSP’s programs you can fill out and submit an application for either the Senior Citizen Project or Children’s Project. Applications can be found in the program’s sections under “What We Do”. For other resources, we recommend those living in DuPage County to contact the DuPage County Community Services at 800-942-9412 or view resources online at dupagecris.org. If you reside in Kane County, call 630-232-3400 or view online resources at County Of Kane Guide.

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