During these past days that we’ve all been experiencing Shelter In Place Orders/Corona Virus situations, our library staff wishes to help the community by providing some resources for those people or families that are in need such as local food pantries, places for financial assistance, shelter and housing, etc. The list is below. If you happen to know of any other organizations or places that are willing to help people please let us know by contacting us through email@example.com Thank you!
We care about our South Beloit community and our library patrons!
South Beloit Boys and Girls Club will be providing Grab-And-Go Dinners for kids ages 6-18 from 4:30-6:00 pm weekdays during this time.
South Beloit School District will continue to provide lunches to students 18 years old and under at South Beloit High School each weekday. The times have changed to 11:30am-12:30pm each weekday.
New Zion Church– 1905 Mound Ave. Beloit, WI · Thursdays 1-2 pm.
Peoples Church– 340 W. Grand Ave. Beloit, WI · On various Mondays or Tuesdays at 9:30 am the food pantry will be a drive through model. This means that you will be given a box of assorted food delivered to your vehicle’s trunk. Food will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. Questions? Call (608) 362-7556 pcbeloit.org
St. Peters Catholic Church– 620 Blackhawk Blvd. South Beloit, IL · First Wednesday of every month starting at 5 pm.
Salvation Army of Beloit– 628 Broad St. Beloit, WI · Every Monday-Thursday 12-4 pm.
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The Sparrow’s Nest– 1816 Harrison Ave. Beloit, WI· Shelter for homeless men, women, and children.
Family Promise of Greater Beloit– 655 Bluff St. Beloit, WI· This is a homeless shelter for families (meaning there needs to be at least one dependent). This can include a couple with children; they do not separate families due to gender. They are more of a program than a shelter because they provide intensive case management to help our guests “graduate.” This means that they have secured stable income and found housing.
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