Will You help us rescue more food ?

We rescue over 350,000 pounds of food each year and in turn serve over 30,000 hot meals to some of the most at-risk citizens of Adams County.

Since we must pick up almost all of the donated food, to continue our work we need to replace our aging forklift and cargo van.

Your donation will help us continue this important work.

 

Our 2018 Accomplishments

Meals Served in our Soup Kitchen

Individuals Served by our Food Pantry

Volunteer Hours Donated

Pounds of Food Donated

Our Services

Soup Kitchen

Location: 224 South 8TH Street
Hours: M-F noon-1pm, Sun 5-6pm

We serve delicious, nutritious meals each weekday to those in need in Quincy, IL.

For many individuals, their meal at Horizons is their only source of fruits and vegetables. Our nutrition goal is to optimize every available resource for fresh fruits and vegetables, and in turn work to prevent obesity and other chronic diseases.

Horizons and our partners are working together to create a healthy, thriving community.

Food Pantry

Location: 224 South 8TH ST
Hours: Monday 10am-3pm, Saturday 9am-12pm

Our new food pantry is now open in our new facility at 224 South 8th.

We’ve doubled the size of our pantry which allows us to more variety and accept larger donations.

We’re a client-choice pantry which means that instead of a fixed box of items, the client can select from a wide variety of foods that best fit their needs.

Latest News

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Pets are more than just furry companions; they can provide owners with numerous emotional and physical health benefits. Dr. Kristin Spear from Paws At Home donated 200 pounds of dog and cat food to our Horizons food pantry today to celebrate her businesses fifth year anniversary! Too many times, poverty forces people to surrender their pets. Dr. Kristin‘s generosity and beautiful heart helps us make sure that doesn’t have to happen! Thank you Dr. Kristin and congrats on your anniversary!!!Image attachmentImage attachment

Pets are more than just furry companions; they can provide owners with numerous emotional and physical health benefits. Dr. Kristin Spear from Paws At Home donated 200 pounds of dog and cat food to our Horizons food pantry today to celebrate her businesses fifth year anniversary! Too many times, poverty forces people to surrender their pets. Dr. Kristin‘s generosity and beautiful heart helps us make sure that doesn’t have to happen! Thank you Dr. Kristin and congrats on your anniversary!!! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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What a wonderful gift

Such a special gesture!

That is so amazingly awesome!

Awsome!

She is the best!

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Horizons will be giving out sack lunches today until 3 PM, or until we run out. Our soup kitchen will be closed Thursday and Friday because the city is shutting off our water for maintenance. A huge thank you to our friends from LifePoint Church for helping us pack these yummy lunches today! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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You guys are amazing ❤️

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Hope For Horizons - Friday May 3rd 5pm-7pm

Art takes many forms. Hope for Horizons will give you the opportunity to enjoy the art of food and drink, the art of music, the art of theatre, the art of painting, the art of photography… art as far as the mind can imagine…

Save the date of Friday, May 3rd, and come join us for Hope for Horizons at the Quincy Country Club from 5 to 7 PM. Come enjoy food, fellowship and art… Enjoying the gift of art is enjoying the gift of life!