Northwest Suburban Interfaith Council
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We are excited to be celebrating Thanksgiving in-person this year at Saint Mary Parish on November 20th at 7 pm. We are not able to share this on-line this year. 

Gun violence is too heavily affecting our nation, families and individuals for us to sit idly by. We discussed this matter and took the following action. Here is the letter sent to legislators about NWSIFC stance on passing gun safety laws.

Thanks to the 90 individuals from our member congregations along with others  at 3 packing sessions on February 10th and 11th.
Added together the 3 sessions produced 168 boxes of food. This means that 36,288 meals were created.
That is enough food to feed 100 children for an entire year. In other words, they saved the lives of 100 children.

An Active Interfaith Council

Our 10 member congregation council is active in the communities of Buffalo Grove, Wheeling, Long Grove and Prospect Heights.  Our annual projects include "i-walk against hunger,"(raising funds for our food pantries); "knock your socks off," (supplying socks for PADS), Stamp out Hunger and the Interfaith Thanksgiving Service.  

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2019 Northwest Suburban Interfaith Council Thanksgiving Service

Want To Donate
To Our Cause?

To continue and advance our work,
please send your donation check to:
Norhwest Suburban Interfaih Council
PO Box 5301 Buffalo Grove IL 60089

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Our food pantries desperately need your help!

Due to the continued issues with the Corona virus, many more of our neighbors are in need of food and every day supplies. Please help us support our local food pantries either through monetary donations or purchasing of needed supplies. Click for details

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About the Northwest Suburban Interfaith Council

The Interfaith Council is a not-for-profit organization with 10 member congregations located in Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Wheeling, Long Grove and Prospect Heights (all in Illinois).  

The Interfaith council was founded in 1990 as a direct response to an incident of anti-Semitic graffiti painted on the Northwest Suburban Jewish Community Center.  The clergy of the area joined together to condemn the vandalism caused by hate and ignorance.

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Thanksgiving Service

Stampout Hunger

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