Your donation to Schaumburg Township is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Welfare Services accepts in-kind food, household and personal items to fill pantry shelves. The Township is equipped to store fresh, frozen and shelf-stable items. We accept all food groups and encourage diverse and inclusive items to support our entire community.
Donations can also be shipped to the Township. Check out the Township’s Amazon Wishlist to see most needed items: https://a.co/9YbUnas.
The most common needed food pantry items:
Drop off hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30-5pm. After 5pm Monday-Thursday, non-perishable donations can be left with the security guard at the main entrance. Donations are not accepted after 5pm at the north entrance. Please do not leave donations outside the door as it attracts animals.
At the Township of Schaumburg all monetary donations are collected through the Schaumburg Township Foundation (501 (c)3).
To assure fiscal accountability regarding monetary donations to the Township of Schaumburg for assistance to township residents.
The Schaumburg Township Foundation is a 501 (c)3 organization established to manage and compassionately direct donations for financial assistance to residents where needed.
The Schaumburg Township Foundation was established by the Township’s Board of Trustees to address the incredible generosity of residents. The Foundation guides donations from donors to various township departments providing direct support to residents experiencing hardship.
The Schaumburg Township Foundation meets once a month and is presently organized with a Board of five Directors including a president, treasurer and secretary. The following individuals comprise the current Board:
President – Bob Vinnedge
Treasurer – Julie Bosshart
Secretary – John Caporale
Director – Bob Bernas
Director – Marilyn Karr
All donations, large or small make a difference in the lives of people and are gratefully accepted. And, so you know, 100% of your donations go to those in need.
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