CAPCIL corporate office: 217-732-2159
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why is the food pantry changing?
CAPCIL's goal is to offer hand up's instead of hand out's. This transition allows the food pantry to now align with CAPCIL's central mission of helping individuals and families reach self-sufficiency.
Can I just show up at any time to participate?
No. You will need to schedule your hours before hand with staff.
What if I'm not able to participate in physical activity due to a physical or mental disability?
We have a variety of opportunities that can work for most people, regardless of physical condition.
Can someone else complete my time for me?
No. You must complete your own time.
If you do not want to complete the membership requirements, there are other food resources in the community to which we can refer you.
It is the mission of CAPCIL, in partnership with communities in our service area, to empower persons with low income and the aged by creating and implementing poverty-fighting initiatives for those in crisis and those that endeavor a life of lasting independence.
It is the mission of the food pantry co-op, in partnership with the community and food providers, to educate and encourage food stability for those who face food insecurities and desire opportunities for self sufficiency.
Food Pantry CO-OP Coordinator
*Anyone over the age of 18 may utilize the CO-OP program.
*One trip through pantry per week per household
*An orientation will be provided for all new members
*Emergency situations will be honored twice a year.
*Donations of food (perishable/non-perishable) and dry goods are always welcome.
Hours & Contact
Tuesday 9 am - 12 pm
Tuesday 1 pm - 4 pm
45 Cedar Square - Clinton, IL
Corporate Office Logan County:
Wednesday 9 am - 4 pm
616 Broadway St. - Lincoln, IL
How to donate:
Call or email us to set up a time to drop off food, dry goods, monetary donations and/or supplies.
Click the DONATE button below to make a monetary contribution to the program.
Food Pantry CO-OP
CAPCIL's Food Pantry Co-op was first made possible by the generous donation of William Davenport of Clinton, IL.