Frequently Asked Questions

Englewood is one of the 77 official community areas in Chicago, Illinois, United States. At its peak population in 1960, over 97,000 people lived in its approximately 3 square miles (7.8 km2),[2] but the neighborhood’s population has since dropped dramatically. In 2000, it had a population of approximately 40,000 inhabitants, and the 2010 census indicated that its population has further declined to approximately 30,000.[3] Englewood is bordered by Garfield Boulevard to the north, 75th Street to the south, Racine Avenue to the west, and an irregular border that wends along the Metra Railroad Tracks to the east. On the west lies West Englewood, which is generally lumped in with Englewood by Chicagoans. It is located on the south side of Chicago.

We are focused on Englewood, but will serve more neighborhoods as the organization and programming scales.

Within the neighborhood we help those within the corridor of 55th-59th street, Halsted to Racine.

We acquire our produce for Dream deliveries from J.A.B Produce, while our Dream Fridge initiative comes from Walmart and Mariano’s. 


Project Dream Fridge is strategically located to benefit the most in need and can be found at the corner of 5700 South Racine in Englewood.

Yes and we welcome more!

If interested, please contact: or call (312) 509-4909

Yes, we are a 501(C)(3) Nonprofit Organization

Help Feed Families. Help Create Community. Help Fuel Hope.


Help Feed Families.
Help Create Community.
Help Fuel Hope.


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