Made possible by the Northern Illinois Food Bank, plus the Jewel stores in Crystal Lake and Woodstock, the event starts after the boxes from the Food Bank truck are unloaded.
There are also eighteen volunteers who have cultivated a garden behind the township hall this summer.
They provide fresh produce.
The truck usually arrives about ten and it takes about a half an hour to separate the food into tables of dry goods, meat, dairy, vegetables, fruit, desserts and bread.
People start arriving before six AM.
Last week there were over 70 and enough food to allow folks to go through twice.
Since the Nunda Township Hall is off the beaten track, a map can be found below: