Pro Com Services of Illinois collects more than 470 items for Kumler Outreach Ministries

As a local independent business, headquartered in Springfield, Illinois, we know the importance of supporting our community. In fall, our staff organized a food drive for Kumler Outreach Ministries. We were overwhelmed by the generosity of our team. As a result, we collected 473 items of non-perishable food items such as canned beans, peanut better, and spaghetti sauce. In total, the items weighed 342.8 pounds.

Kumler Outreach Ministries is located at 303 N. Grand Ave. East Springfield and meets people where they live, providing meals, clothing and support for those that are most in need. The much needed food pantry, clothing ministry, and Medicare program reach thousands of people each year in the greater Springfield area.

If you are involved in an organization that requires additional support, such as fundraising, donations, or volunteers, please contact us. We are always looking for opportunities to support our community.

Pro Com Services of Illinois team prepares a meal for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois residents

Our team was delighted to prepare a meal for residents at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois in December.

We prepared a meal of pasta with meat sauce, salad, bread and dessert. We had so much fun and believe strongly in the mission Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois to provide a place for families to stay while their child is receiving medical care, and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children in our area.

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More than 60 Toys for Tots items collected by Pro Com staff in Springfield

In December, our staff collected 61 items for the Toys for Tots program in Springfield, Illinois.

Locally, Mr. Gunny Altevogt organizes Toys for Tots, and we are so thankful for everything he does for our community.

More than 60 years ago, the wife of a Marine Corps Reserve officer gave her husband a handmade doll and asked him to give it to an organization that provided toys to children from low-income families during the holidays. When he discovered no such agency existed he started one. And so that was the beginning of Toys for Tots.

Six decades on toys are donated at collections points across the city in the run-up to Christmas and given to those most in need in our community.  If you are interested in participating in this year’s effort, visit