Dr. Wilson to Provide Gas and Groceries to Chicago-Area Residents

Dr. Wilson to Provide Gas and Groceries to Chicago-Area Residents
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Dr. Wilson to Provide Gas and Groceries to Chicago-Area Residents (Chicago, IL) — Philanthropist businessman Dr. Willie Wilson has announced another Grocery and Gas Giveaway on Saturday, June 15. Dr. Wilson will continue his philanthropy to help senior citizens and residents struggling with high food and gas prices.

The grocery and gas giveaway is on a first-come, first-served basis.  Each participant for gasoline will receive $50 in free gas.  Individuals participating in the grocery giveaway will receive a $25 grocery card that must be used the same day.

“A recent News Nation poll found that 58 percent of registered voters are living paycheck to paycheck.  Soaring inflation, and high food and gasoline prices are causing pain on household budgets throughout Illinois and the country. Basic living expenses—housing, food, healthcare, transportation and taxes are causing people to rely on credit cards and food pantries to survive,” said Dr. Wilson. He continued, “I am proud to partner with senior homes, grocery stores, and gas stations, to provide for our residents.

More information about locations follow:

Participating Senior Homes (Residents Only) – Friday, June 14, 2024

9:00am
9401 South Stony Island
Montclare of Calumet Heights (100 Residents)

9:30am
7925 South Chicago
Haven of Rest Senior Housing (70 Residents)

10:00am
1200 East 78th Street
Montclare of Avalon Park (150 Residents)

10:30am
7156 South Dorchester
Eden’s Supportive (100 Residents)

Participating Gas Stations – Saturday, June 15, 2024

Gas Stations Start Time 7:00am

CHICAGO, and HINSDALE, IL

  • Shell, 210 East Ogden Avenue, Hinsdale, IL
  • BP, 750 N. Wells, Chicago, IL
  • Citgo, 1745 W. Foster, Chicago, IL
  • Citgo, 1345 N. Pulaski, Chicago, IL
  • Super Save, 48 E. Garfield Blvd., Chicago, IL
  • Citgo, 2801 W. 59th Street, Chicago, IL
  • Super Save, 11100 S. State Street, Chicago, IL
  • Marathon, 340 S. Sacramento, Chicago, IL
  • Phillips 76, 7601 S. Jeffrey Blvd., Chicago, IL
  • BP, 7850 S. King Drive, Chicago, IL
  • Clark, 1400 E. 87th Street, Chicago, IL
  • Mobil, 850 E. 63rd Street, Chicago, IL
  • Amoco, 4402 W. Roosevelt Road, Chicago, IL
  • Mobil, 1201 W. 87th Street, Chicago, IL
  • Exxon, 10644 S. Halsted, Chicago, IL
  • Mobil, 210 W. 103rd Street, Chicago, IL
  • BP, 5756 W. Ogden, Cicero, IL
  • Shell, 4721 N. Elston, Chicago, IL
  • Marathon, 4751 W. Harrison Street, Chicago, IL

Participating Grocery Stores – Saturday, June 15, 2024

Start Times:

8:00am

  • Pete’s Produce, 1411 W. 87th Street, Chicago, IL
  • Pete’s Produce, 1543 E. 87th Street, Chicago, IL

9:00am

  • Cermak Fresh Market, 3311 W. 26th Street, Chicago, IL

10:00am

  • Montrose Deli, 6601 W. Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL

11:00am

  • Seafood City Supermarket, 5033 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL

Dr. Wilson to Provide Gas and Groceries to Chicago-Area Residents

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