Mobile food pantries provide 10,000 of food for struggling families in the Minooka, Illinois area.

Food Trucks in 2024 — Feeding Hungry Families in the Minooka/Channahon Communities

Eight mobile food pantry trucks have been scheduled so far for 2024: March 18th in Seneca at Seneca Elementary South 410 S Main St, Seneca, IL 61360 March 25thth in Minooka at the Village Christian Church 8965 S. Bell Rd Minooka IL 60447 April 15th in Braidwood at Reed-Custer Middle School, 407 S Comet Dr, Braidwood, IL 60408 May
Channahon-Minooka Rotary Club Backpack Program provides food for kids in low-income families.

Backpack food program — Feeding Kids From Low-Income Families

Reclaimed helps provide snacks for the Channahon-Minooka Rotary Club Backpack program. The food is discreetly put into backpacks of kids from low-income families. Volunteers from The Village Christian Church, Channahon-Minooka Rotary Club, and Channahon School District social workers work together on this service project. The team meets up and pack large amounts of macaroni and cheese, noodles, granola bars, fruit
Raising money for local needs including food trucks to feed the hungry, helping people with special needs have a prom experience, back to school clothes for families in MInooka, Channahon, Shorewood, Joliet and other surrounding communities.

Golf Outing Raises $12,000 For Local Needs

Beautiful weather, golfers ready to have some fun, and generosity was the name of the game at the Reclaimed Golf Outing for Missions this past Saturday. The goal was to raise $12,000 for local needs and it happened! 100% of the proceeds will go to fund: 1. Food trucks (6) to feed struggling families in
Feeding the hungry and struggling families in Minooka, Channahon and surrounding families

Feeding Struggling Families In The Minooka Area

Over 100 struggling families in the Minooka/Channahon area received food last night at the monthly food truck. Reclaimed partners with The Village Christian Church and Northern Illinois Food Bank to provide 10,000lbs of food for families in the community that need help with groceries. The families may be dealing with job loss, illness, death of a family
First Midwest Bank Charitable Foundation gives $2500 grant to Reclaim3d. Visit the website at Reclaimed

Crane Composites Donates To Make A Difference

Thank you to Crane Composites for their generous donation to Reclaim3d!  Pictured is Jill L. Carr with Crane Composites and Nate Ferguson with Reclaim3d. This donation will be used to further the mission of Reclaim3d, which is to reclaim bad circumstances into something beautiful locally, regionally, and globally. It helps people in need and provides hope in a