Our Challenge Today…More space for more food, and better efficiency

Lake Cares must expand and consolidate operations to not only meet the demand, but to operate in a more efficient, cost effective and timely manner.  Currently Lake Cares is providing over 1.5 million pounds of food per year and serving more than 18,000 families compared to 2009 when providing food to 25 families each week seemed unattainable. 

This is the first time in the history of Lake Cares that it has undertaken a capital campaign to garner the necessary funds to build or buy a facility.  The need for a larger space was so evidenced that a decision was made to save the time and expense of a Feasibility Study and to move forward with a capital campaign to begin raising the needed funds for a new facility.

Help Make Lasting Holiday Memories

Food costs are high for everyone and additional food for special holiday meals are often unafforable for families experiencing a financial crisis. With your help, we can make this holiday special for 500 struggling families. Your donation of $50 will provide enough food for a full holiday mean for a family of 4.

We hope you will join us  in helping to make memories to last a lifetime.

Help Children in Our Community

Children in need of food are of particular importance to Lake Cares. A report from Second Harvest Food Bank demonstrates that 1 in 3 children in Lake County suffer from food insecurity, Lake Cares’ Children Feeding Campaign was created to specifically combat this issue in our community.

Lake Cares’ Weekend Children Feeding Campaign provides a nutritious breakfast and lunch to 199 school aged children each weekend.

Celebrate the Season, Lake Cares signature fundraising event of the year.

Celebrate the Season, Lake Cares signature fundraising event of the year.

Don’t miss this chance to help Lake Cares and enjoy an evening of great food, music and fun.

We Couldn’t Have Done It Without YOU!

Thank you for helping Lake Cares make a positive impact against hunger in 2022.

Individuals Served

Families Served

Pounds of Food Distributed

Volunteer Hours Donated