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Illinoisans unite to help COVID19 needy




PLAINFIELD – The ways Illinoisans are working together to help each other get through this historic, mind-boggling time amazes even the most cold-hearted skeptic. People are stepping up – at a safe distance – to help each other in various ways. 

Thursday, State Rep. Mark Batinick (R-Plainfield), many of his staff and Our Helping Hands volunteers helped pack and distribute food to their Will County community.

"Thank you to all that made this mobile food pantry happen," Batinick wrote on his Facebook page. "We loaded up 144 cars with food."

How are Illinoisans working together to help their neighbors in your area? Let us know at [email protected] 

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Rep Batinick (right) and his staff helped load 144 cars with groceries Thursday



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