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"Dine Away Hunger" with Pizza and Pasta Month In Support of The People's Resource Center

May 14, 2019 01:18PM ● By Hannah Ott

Wheaton - Looking for a delicious way to support the People's Resource Center? At Dine Away Hunger's "Pizza and Pasta Month," visit participating restaurants tomorrow, Wednesday, May 5, and they will donate 10% of your food purchase to People's Resource Center (PRC). 

Barone's of Glen EllynGino's East in Wheaton, John & Tony's in West Chicago and Vincitori in Westmont are all participating. The donation goes directly to PRC's food pantry, which supported families in need with 38,707 shopping carts of food just last year. 

Now you have a great excuse to treat yourself to lunch or dinner. Don't forget to post photos to help spread the word. Use #dineawayhunger @peoplesrc on social media.

Simply eat out at one the restaurants below and you'll help PRC fight hunger:

Barone's of Glen Ellyn

475 Pennsylvania Avenue



John & Tony's

27W371 North Avenue

West Chicago



Gino's East

315 W. Front Street




14 N. Cass Avenue



For upcoming Dine Away Hunger days, go to

About People's Resource Center: PRC's mission is to respond to basic human needs, promote dignity and justice, and create a future of hope and opportunity for the residents of DuPage County, Illinois, through discovering and sharing personal and community resources. With a team of over 2,600 volunteers supported by 45 staff members, PRC offers emergency assistance, including food, clothes, financial assistance, homelessness prevention services, and referrals for medical and dental care. Our empowerment programs encourage individuals to realize their full potential through job search assistance, adult basic education and literacy, computer training and access, and art enrichment. Today, PRC programs support and engage nearly 30,000 individuals each year out of our two facilities in Wheaton and Westmont, Illinois, and in collaboration with more than 30 community partners across the county.

Source: People's Resource Center