Community Partners

Meals at Home gratefully acknowledges the support of the following collaborators:

Financial Support:

Meals at Home gratefully acknowledges the following financial partners:


  • City of Evanston
  • New Trier Township
  • Dr. Scholl Foundation
  • Wilmette Harbor Rotary Club
  • Christ Church, Winnetka
  • Blowitz-Ridgeway Foundation
  • Whole Foods
     - One Dime at a Time
  • Individual donors
  • Pamela and Christopher Cain Fund
  • Fitzsimonds Family Trust
  • Allegra Printing
  • First Congregational Church Evanston
  • First United Methodist Church Evanston
  • Grace Lutheran Church Evanston
  • Women of St. John’s Lutheran Church of Wilmette
  • United Methodist Women
  • Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority—North Chicago Alumnae Chapter
  • Northridge Women’s Club
  • Sigma Chi Fraternity
     - Chicagoland Alumni Chapter
  • Women’s Club of Wilmette
  • KJ Green & Associates
  • Sawgrass Partners LLC
  • Trinity Lutheran Church of Evanston


Thanks to the following who provided volunteer services:


  • First Congregational Church, Evanston
  • First Presbyterian Church, Evanston
  • First United Methodist Church, Evanston
  • St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Evanston
  • St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Wilmette
  • Trinity United Methodist Church, Wilmette
  • Christ Church, Winnetka
  • Faith, Hope and Charity Catholic Church, Wilmette
  • Winnetka Congregational Church
  • Evanston Women's Club
  • Roycemore School
  • Louise Sprengelmeyer: translation services
  • The Women’s Club of Evanston
  • Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority—North Chicago Alumnae Chapter
  • Hundreds of Individual Volunteers


Food Services:

The following organizations provide food for Meals at Home: St. Francis Hospital, NorthShore University HealthSystems (Evanston Hospital), Three Crowns Park, Jilly's Cafe, Capt'n Nemo's, and Curt's Cafe.


Quotes from Our Community Partners

"Meals at Home is a wonderful, outstanding way to use volunteers to assist those in need. The program is excellent at serving those with special dietary needs." Sarah Flax, Housing and Grants Administrator, Community and Economic Development, City of Evanston

"Meals at Home delivers food to clients allowing them to remain in their homes. No group on the North Shore has a better group of volunteers." Brian Leverenz, Community Services Administrator, New Trier Township

"Meals at Home is an excellent program that meets the needs of clients requiring special diet meals and it's very cost effective." Armida Anderson, Social Service Administrator, Shoreline Place, Wilmette