3:11 Project

3:11 Project is a 501(c)(3) Charity Organization that services individuals that are struggling to provide basic necessities for themselves and their families. Our work is dedicated to inspiring those in our community to build friendships and show compassion through service to one another. Our concept is pretty simple, we use social media for social good to make sure NOBODY has to struggle alone.

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102 E. Schoolhouse Rd.
Yorkville, IL 60560 


630-733-1879 (Main)

Fox Valley Community Services

Our Mission

To enrich one’s journey of life through a variety of programs and experiences.

Two hands joined together in the shape of a heart


To be the leading provider of comprehensive and innovative services for seniors in our community.

We envision a future in which seniors have access to a vibrant and supportive environment that enables them to live life to the fullest. We aim to be recognized for our exceptional programs and services that promote healthy aging, lifelong learning, and social engagement. Through collaboration with community partners, we strive to create a network of resources that empowers seniors to age in place with dignity, respect, and independence. Our ultimate goal is to be a catalyst for positive change in the lives of seniors and to inspire others to join us in our mission.

Who We Serve

We exist to serve those who are 60+ years of age as they approach retirement. Our service areas include DeKalb, LaSalle, Kendall and Kane Counties.

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1406 Suydam Rd
Sandwich, IL 60548 


(815) 786-9404 (Main)

Fox Valley United Way

Fox Valley United Way is committed to ensuring that all families in our communities have equitable access to opportunities

and resources by investing in positive health, education, and financial outcomes.

We mobilize the collective power of community resources to advance lasting solutions and measurable change for the most urgent issues.

We partner with local organizations to build a strong and vibrant community.

We invest in innovative programs supporting school readiness, healthy lifestyles and positive financial outcomes.

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44 E. Galena Blvd
Aurora, IL 60505 


630-896-4636 (Main)

Kendall County Community Food Pantry

Food Distributions are every Thursday

Please note the following for in-person shopping:

Distribution begins every Thursday at Noon. The waiting room opens at 10:30. Parking is available in back, and on the road.

In-person shopping is available from 12 PM to 5:30 PM — (see below for Clothing Closet and or Pet Food Pantry)

When your shopping is done, we will hold your cart until you retrieve your vehicle and drive to the loading area. Our volunteers will load your car.

Clothing Closet:

The Clothing Closet is open
Mondays from 10 – Noon and Thursdays from 10 – 3

Pet Food Pantry:

Pet Food is distributed every Thursday during regular distribution hours.

– Pet owners must be registered at Kendall County Community Food Pantry

– Pets must be registered in advance. Click here for a Pet Food Assistance Application.

– Previously registered Owners may need to update their applications.

– Pet food is provided to Owners once per month and is based on availability.

If you need special help, please email us at [email protected] – Please include YOUR NAME + PHONE NUMBER and we’ll try to help.

Watch closely on Facebook  @KCCFOODPANTRY for changing information.

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208 Beaver St
Yorkville, IL 60560 


(630) 553-0473 (Main)

Kendall County Econonmic Development

Kendall County is dedicated to the retention, expansion, and creation of businesses within the community. Whether it is by providing assistance to existing companies or attracting new business, the Kendall County Economic Development office works to create a strong business environment where jobs are created and where businesses large and small can succeed and grow.

Kendall County, located just 40 miles southwest of Chicago, is a one of a kind community that is a great place to live, work, and play. With a population (2022) of 137,254, Kendall County is one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. The county experienced a 10-year growth rate of 110.4% between 2000 to 2010. Residents of Kendall County have high level of education and provide local business with a highly skilled and effective workforce.

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111W. Fox St.

Yorkville, IL 60560 



630-553-4171 (Main)

Kendall County Juvenile Justice Council

Kendall County places a high value on its children and families. Of particular concern are those youth and families that enter the juvenile justice system.

The needs of these families are addressed by a collaborative system of services in Kendall County, including education,

religious communities, health, mental health, social services, juvenile justice, and law enforcement.

With the common goal of preventing, intervening, and/or diverting juvenile delinquency, these systems and others can work together to positively

impact many lives and enhance the health and safety of Kendall County communities in the process.

The Kendall County Juvenile Justice Council, established in 2010 by State’s Attorney Eric Weis, is representative of geographical and professional diversity

that strives to impact juvenile delinquency in Kendall County by working together.

The mission of the Kendall County Juvenile Justice Council is to prevent delinquency by effectively utilizing community resources to assist at risk youth

and their families and to provide youth the opportunity to reach their full potential.

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807 W. John St.
Yorkville, IL 60560 


630-553-4157 (Main)