Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce

Here you will find ways to help our local community by supporting local businesses and/or volunteering your time and expertise, and/or by making donations. Please email if you have suggestions for additions. 

Organizer: Northfield Neighbors
350 Walnut Avenue
Northfield, IL 60093

Support local restaurants
and local hospitals at the same time with Give In Kind Food Delivery

Give In Kind is a website that enables residents to purchase meals from local restaurants and have them delivered to local area hospitals. 

Click here for the Chicago Area Hospitals page: Local Area Hospitals on Give In Kind

OR: Go to and sign up for an account. Search hospitals, then refine to IL and Coronavirus and it lists all the hospitals and their needs.

Also check out the Local Area FB Page: Give In Kind Meals for Local Area Hospital Staff FB Page

Pick a hospital, Pick a time slot/meal and then deliver that meal to them following their instructions for the timeslot you picked.

Order from your local restaurant to deliver themselves, passing on the detailed delivery instructions to their delivery driver, or pick up the delivery yourself and deliver to the hospital per instructions.  (note if you use Uber Eats or Doordash etc. you will be charged an additional fee.)

Number of meals range from around 10 to 35. They cannot be homemade, and they must all be boxed individually. (No family style trays.)

Local Restaurants can submit their information on the give in kind site here:
Also submit your restaurant to the FB group here Google Form for Restaurant Submission to FB group.

Currently Participating Restaurants:

Stacked and Folded:
North Shore Pizza Company:

Winnetka Cares: If You Want to Help or Need Help, Community Organizations Offer Options

If you would like to assist those in need in our community, or need help yourself, here’s how:

Want to add your organization’s information? Email us details and we’ll keep the community posted.

As you know, ER doctors, nurses and other medical personnel are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. They are facing a critical shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) – The protective face masks, gloves, medical gowns and similar items that make it possible for them to do their jobs safely.
We need to keep our medical professionals safe so that they can keep our family, friends – and maybe you and me – alive.

State of Illinois COVID-19 PPE donation page

University of Chicago Hospitals “How to Help”page


NorthShore University HealthSystems Donations page


Northwestern Medicine’s donations page


Swedish Hospital’s Donation page

  • PDI disinfectant wipes 
  • Surgical masks 
  • N95 masks
  • Sterile, cotton-tipped swabs (specifically BD#220531)
  • M3 reusable masks + N100 cartridges
  • Gowns/bunny suits
  • Hand sanitizer
Hospitals are only accepting donations of specific items. Generally, they want factory-made, hospital-quality supplies that are still in the manufacturer’s unopened original packaging. You should only drop off donated supplies after you have made prior arrangements with the hospital. Guidelines differ from hospital to hospital, so please check the web page first. Hospitals are also accepting monetary and blood donations during this crisis, so if you do not have any medical items to donate, there is still a way for you to help.