Horizons

Soup Kitchen & Food Pantry

Watch and listen as Monica Hall talks about how Horizons helped her and how she gives back.

Our 2020 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: Mon-Fri noon-1pm, Sun 5-6pm

Due to Covid precautions, we will be handing our hot lunches to-go at the north entrance door.

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: Sun 2pm-4pm & Mon 10:30 am-12:30pm

To create a safe environment for our guests and volunteers, clients will be physically distanced inside Horizons and will wait outside when our pantry reaches capacity.

We are 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.

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

Latest News

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Get excited! Registration for MOONLIGHT RIDE FOR HUNGER is open! This year, to make it extra fun, the theme is CHRISTMAS IN JULY! 

Deck out in cool Christmas gear, grab your friends/family, decorate your bikes and join us for a festive bike ride along the Bob Klingner Trail! We will also have a family Christmas cookie crawl (a 1.75K slow walk along the river while you collect cookies), live nativity, music, food trucks, local artists and treats galore in Clat Adams Park from 6-9:30pm! 

Discounted rates last until July 25, so sign up for the fun now! 
https://www.bikereg.com/moonlight-ride-for-hunger

Get excited! Registration for MOONLIGHT RIDE FOR HUNGER is open! This year, to make it extra fun, the theme is CHRISTMAS IN JULY!

Deck out in cool Christmas gear, grab your friends/family, decorate your bikes and join us for a festive bike ride along the Bob Klingner Trail! We will also have a family Christmas cookie crawl (a 1.75K slow walk along the river while you collect cookies), live nativity, music, food trucks, local artists and treats galore in Clat Adams Park from 6-9:30pm!

Discounted rates last until July 25, so sign up for the fun now!
www.bikereg.com/moonlight-ride-for-hunger
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Poor nutrition is a side effect of poverty. Thanks to our special friends from Lubbert Farms, we have lots of fresh veggies for our guests! We are so grateful for their faithful partnership!Image attachment

Poor nutrition is a side effect of poverty. Thanks to our special friends from Lubbert Farms, we have lots of fresh veggies for our guests! We are so grateful for their faithful partnership! ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

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Their carrots are the best!!!

Thank you Lubbert farms!!!!

Moonlight Ride for Hunger 2021

Saturday July 31st, 2021

The Moonlight Ride for Hunger is a family-friendly, community event that benefits the Horizons Soup Kitchen & Food Pantry. The routes take you through some of Quincy’s finest trails.

We’re working on the details and will have more information soon.

This event is presented by WGCA 88.5 FM THE MIX, Rethink Media Group, Red Cactus, Madison & Davis Bicycles and is sponsored by Blessing Health System.