Cook County Civil Process Service is a proud and dedicated supporter of the following organizations. We encourage our friends, clients and visitors of this page to join us in their support.

Greater Chicago Food Depository

Nearly 500,000 people each year rely on emergency and supplemental food provided by the Greater Chicago Food Depository and its member network of 600 food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters. That figure represents a significant increase over previous studies conducted by the Food Depository and reflects census trends of poverty in Cook County. Growing numbers of Cook County residents are relying on agencies for stop-gap food assistance.

Chicago Food Bank

WAI (Water/Agriculture/Industry) Africa Foundation

Water is the source of all life. Today, 42% of Africans have no access to clean water and nearly 9,000 children die everyday due to problems arising from contaminated drinking water. Women and children have to walk for many miles and carry heavy buckets of contaminated water on their heads. During the dry season, women spend countless hours searching for sources of water. Only 4% of African water sources have been harnessed compared to nearly 40% in Asia.


Chicago Legal Clinic

The Chicago Legal Clinic is a premier provider of community-based quality legal services to the underserved and disadvantaged in the Chicago area. Since 1981, the Chicago Legal Clinic has evolved from a small neighborhood office to a keystone provider of legal services to the working poor and disadvantaged in the Chicago area.

Chicago Legal Clinic

Food Bank of Northwest Indiana

Statistics from the State of Indiana indicate there are over 100,000 people living 125% under poverty in the 2 counties (Lake/Porter) of our service area. The Cooperative Extension service indicates that 34% to 43% of those living in poverty in these 2 counties are children. According to the 2001 Hunger in America study, 42.8% of the members of households served by the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana are children under the age of 18 years of age, 10 % are elderly.

During 2004 - Food Bank of Northwest Indiana distributed over 2 million pounds of goods through 90 network charities in Lake and Porter counties. Feeding over 225,000 people. (Some individuals visited the pantries more than once.) These agencies are monitored by Food Bank of Northwest Indiana to assure that they are meeting the guidelines set by America's Second Harvest, the Food industry and state & federal governments. Food Bank of Northwest Indiana also provides agencies with technical support and information to help them in their efforts to reduce hunger.

Food Bank NW Indiana