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Fundraising Events

Volunteers are needed to assist with pre-event preparations and onsite coordination such as setup, registration, raffles, and cleanup. Events are held in the evening; time and duration of each event varies.

Palatine, IL

Through 8/31/21

Junior Board Opportunity - Emerging Leaders

CAC’s Emerging Leaders are a dynamic and diverse group of 22-35 year olds who actively engage in activities to help raise funds for and create awareness about CAC. The group presents a unique opportunity for young professionals in CAC’s community to collaborate, network and develop leadership skills while putting their skills, talents and passions toward a worthy cause. The group is recruiting new members willing to commit their time and talents to supporting children hope, heal and grow after abuse. Fall Event: Crawl for a Cause | Spring Event: Frames for Futures The Emerging Leaders are looking for individuals with: A passion for children A commitment to the mission of CAC & to help every child that walks through CAC’s door hope, heal and grow The drive and enthusiasm to, as part of a group, host successful fundraisers The ability to meet monthly in the Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates/Palatine areas The willingness to attend at least one of CAC’s agency fundraising events Openness to learn about non-profit organizations The Emerging Leaders meet monthly on a Tuesday evening in the Schaumburg area. Please reach out for more information!

Hoffman Estates, IL

Through 2/28/22

Cary Sparrow's Nest Thrift Store Volunteer

Volunteers at our stores provide assistance throughout all areas of the store. Primary duties include, but are not limited to: accepting, sorting, cleaning, pricing, and displaying donated merchandise. Positions in specialized areas such as cashiering, floral arrangement, window dressing, and store design are also available. Proceeds from the stores go back to funding the program and services of the women and children in our shelters. The ability to volunteer for a minimum shift of 3-4 hours at a time and stand for a period of time. Volunteers must also be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs. Thrift shop open and volunteers needed Monday - Saturday.

Cary, IL

Through 12/31/21

Mundelein Sparrow's Nest Thrift Store Volunteer

Volunteers at our stores provide assistance throughout all areas of the store. Primary duties include, but are not limited to: accepting, sorting, cleaning, pricing, and displaying donated merchandise. Positions in specialized areas such as cashiering, floral arrangement, window dressing, and store design are also available. Proceeds from the stores go back to funding the program and services of the women and children in our shelters. The ability to volunteer for a minimum shift of 3-4 hours at a time and stand for a period of time. Volunteers must also be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs. Thrift shop open and volunteers needed Monday - Saturday.

Mundelein, IL

Through 12/31/21

Woodstock Sparrow's Nest Thrift Store Volunteer

Volunteers at our stores provide assistance throughout all areas of the store. Primary duties include, but are not limited to: accepting, sorting, cleaning, pricing, and displaying donated merchandise. Positions in specialized areas such as cashiering, floral arrangement, window dressing, and store design are also available. Proceeds from the stores go back to funding the program and services of the women and children in our shelters. The ability to volunteer for a minimum shift of 3-4 hours at a time and stand for a period of time. Volunteers must also be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs. Thrift shop open and volunteers needed Monday - Saturday.

Woodstock, IL

Through 12/31/21

McHenry Sparrow's Nest Thrift Store Volunteer

Volunteers at our stores provide assistance throughout all areas of the store. Primary duties include, but are not limited to: accepting, sorting, cleaning, pricing, and displaying donated merchandise. Positions in specialized areas such as cashiering, floral arrangement, window dressing, and store design are also available. Proceeds from the stores go back to funding the program and services of the women and children in our shelters. The ability to volunteer for a minimum shift of 3-4 hours at a time and stand for a period of time. Volunteers must also be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs. Thrift shop open and volunteers needed Monday - Saturday.

McHenry, IL

Through 12/31/21

Third Lake Sparrow's Nest Thrift Store Volunteer

Home of the Sparrow provides a shelter, affordable housing and programs and services for area homeless women and children. We also operate seven Sparrow's Nest Thrift Stores, with all net proceeds directly supporting our programs and services. Volunteers at our thrift stores have a great time and really enjoy making new friends and giving back to the community. The stores are open weekdays from 10 am - 7 pm, and on Saturdays from 10 am - 5 pm. Volunteer duties include accepting and sorting donations, pricing and displaying merchandise, sales assistance, customer service, testing electronics, silk floral arranging, holiday decorating, and so much more. After the first month, volunteers who work a minimum of 4 hours a week receive a 30% discount! To volunteer, please register here to connect with our volunteer coordinator for their application.

Third Lake, IL

Through 12/31/21

Donation Sorter at the WINGS Logistic Center

Sorters graciously accept boxes and bags full of donated items from members of our community (and, occasionally politely decline items we unfortunately cannot accept). Then, often working together, the sorter(s) will inspect the items for damage and put them into the appropriate categories for further pricing and processing (eg. women’s clothing, kid's toys, books, etc.). Depending on the section, items may also be placed on a hanger, receive a tag or size sticker, etc. Items that are out of season are bagged and stored for pick-up from our recycler. Sorters are also always looking out for special treasures (high-end, name brand items, items with tags, some antiques, etc.). The specifics of our sorting system are learned through on-the-job training. Large group up to 25 volunteers are welcome!

Palatine, IL

Through 2/16/22

Adult Literacy Tutor Schaumburg

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Schaumburg Township District Library from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Mondays or 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Wednesdays. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Schaumburg, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Mount Prospect

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Mount Prospect Library from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Fridays. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Mount Prospect, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Arlington Heights

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Arlington Height Memorial Library from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Tuesdays or 7:00-9:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Arlington Heights

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Arlington Heights Memorial Library from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Tuesdays, or 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday evenings. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least age 18. An orientation will be provided.

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Wheeling

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Indian Trails Public Library from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Wednesdays. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of develping online training. Volunters will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Wheeling, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Wheeling

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Wheeling High School from 7:00-9:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Wheeling, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Elk Grove Village

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Elk Grove Village Library from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Wednesdays. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Elk Grove Village, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Schaumburg

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Tuesdays from 12:30-3:00 p.m. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Schaumburg, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Rolling Meadows

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Rolling Meadows High School from 7:00-9:30 p.m. on Thursdays. All volunteers must attend training. We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Rolling Meadows, IL

Through 11/15/21

Adult Literacy Tutor Arlington Heights

Read to Learn Adult Literacy/Volunteer Program: Volunteer tutors work one-to-one with adults to improve basic reading and writing skills. Classes meet for 2.5 hours per week for 10 weeks at Forest View Educational Center from 9:30-12:00 noon. on Thursdays. All volunteers must attend training.We are in the process of developing an online training. Volunteers will be notified when this training becomes available. Volunteer tutors must have a high school diploma or a GED and be at least 18 years of age. Orientation will be provided.

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 11/15/21

Building and Facilities Assistant--Roll Up Your Sleeves! Handy Helpers Needed!

Needed: Roll Up Your Sleeves and "Get 'Er Done!" People Kenneth Young Center is a community mental health and older adult services provider serving Elk Grove and Schaumburg Townships, and the surrounding area. We really can use some help with performing routine cleaning, repairs, maintenance, furniture moves, light outdoor upkeep, and miscellaneous projects in a commercial building setting. If you are a "roll-up-your-sleeves" kind of person, who wants to help keep our building and property clean and welcoming to clients and staff, PLEASE contact us TODAY! Volunteer hours run during the normal business week (Mondays through Fridays, and we ask that volunteers be able to serve at least 1 to 2 hours per week.) Just to let you know--We offer a great, friendly environment here, and we are staffed by people who really care about others. Give us a shot; you'll be glad you did!

Elk Grove Village, IL

Through 2/28/22

Help With One Day Blood Drives in North Suburbs

Help with one-day blood drives that are held at area places of business or schools. You will be greeting the donors, serving refreshments, helping the staff watch for adverse reactions, etc. This is a great opportunity for small groups or individuals 18 years and older. Orientation will be provided.

Rosemont, IL

Through 10/11/21

Help With One Day Blood Drives in NW Suburbs

Help with one-day blood drives that are held at area places of business or schools. You will be greeting the donors, serving refreshments, helping the staff watch for adverse reactions, etc. This is a great opportunity for small groups or individuals 18 years and older. Orientation will be provided.

Rosemont, IL

Through 10/11/21

Palatine Township Food Pantry

The Palatine Township Food Pantry is remaining open to serve the community and will continue to accept donations. We rely on and appreciate all nonperishable donations. Food drives are always needed to keep our shelves stocked, but each and every individual donation adds up, enabling us to fulfill our mission. Any donation will be appreciated! Need immediately: Snacks (crackers/chips/etc.) Peanut Butter and Jelly Spaghetti Sauce Recurring donations needed: Coffee 100% Juice Bottles or Boxes Pancake Mix and Pancake Syrup Granola Bars Oatmeal Condiments – Ketchup, Mustard, Salad Dressing, Mayonnaise Pasta Sauce Baby Wipes Disposable Diapers (Size 5 and 6) Liquid Dish Soap Laundry Soap Cleaning Products Personal Products (shampoos, soap, feminine products) PAPER GROCERY BAGS gift cards to local food stores in $5, $10 & $20 increments Monetary donations are also appreciated and are fully tax deductible. The name of the charitable organization is the Palatine Township Needy Family Fund. As a member of the Greater Chicago Food Depository, monetary donations are used to buy both nonperishable and fresh food in bulk at greatly reduced prices. Palatine Food Pantry 721 Quentin Rd Hours: Monday 8:30 AM to 6:30PM Tuesday through Friday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Palatine, IL

Through 3/31/21

Thrift Shop Volunteers

We have positions for all levels of physical capability and want your time serving to be enjoyable and well spent. Positions available include: Donation Sorter, Donation Receiver, Donation Pricer, eBay Lister, Electronics Tester, Customer Service/ Greeter, Organizer, Cleaner, Cashier (with background check), and Visual Display. We offer flexible time slots Monday - Friday 10 AM - 9 PM and Saturday 10 AM - 7 PM.

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 2/28/22

Group Opportunity to Help at Community Closet

PATH’s Community Closet offers gently used clothing attire for newborn to adult all year long. After a minimal donation is made of $1 per person, families can choose clothing for their entire family. PATH is a 100% volunteer-run organization. We rely on social workers from partnered organizations to refer families to shop at the Community Closet. The Community Closet is stocked generously by donors locally and by organizations. We also provide school-age children with new socks and underwear. Volunteer opportunities for individuals, organizations or clubs are available on a one-time basis for 1-25 people or we can arrange a group to a dedicate one day each month. Tasks are sorting through donations, replenishing rooms with new donations, boxing up sorted clothes, straightening up rooms and more. It can be a great team building event while helping PATH and families that shop the closet. We also welcome your support organizing a drive for winter coats, snow pants, boots, new socks and underwear to help stock the closet. Come join our team, being better together.

Palatine, IL

Through 10/31/21

DONATE Empty Boxes for Food Connection Program

Donate boxes that are used to pack food items for our Food Connection Program that serves low-moderate income families in the Northwest Suburbs. The perfect size is similar to the printing paper boxes with lids or the boxes that 40 medium sized oranges fit in (approx 2ft. X 1ft. x 1ft.). 100-200 boxes are needed on a monthly basis. Please feel free to contact us for details on drop-off dates and time or if you would like us to pick-up the boxes.

Mount Prospect, IL

Through 6/30/21

Northern Fox Valley Habitat Young Professionals

Looking for vibrant young professionals who are interested in developing leadership, communication, and team-working skills and seeking to impact their community through their energy and time and resources. The young professionals are needed to assist the mission of the Northern Fox Valley Habitat for Humanity by helping families with low income attain affordable housing. Location of current projects are in the Northern Fox Valley area. Young Professionals needed to bring a heart to serve and give back to the community by serving on committees or on the Northern Fox Valley Habitat Young Professionals Executive Board.

Carpentersville, IL

Through 6/11/21

Habitat ReStore Elgin

ReStore Elgin is a resale store, open to the public, carrying new and gently used building materials, appliances and furniture. Sales of donated merchandise generates proceeds that go to build Habitat homes in our area. We need volunteers to help at every phase of the operation. You select the day and times (as little as 4 hours). The types of activities where we need volunteers: Processing donations: cleaning donations (not greasy, just dusty), some items require assembly, every item must be priced before going to the sales floor Sales Floor: Move merchandise from processing area, put in correct location on sales floor, assist customers Warehouse: unload donations from vehicles; help customers load purchases into their own vehicles; place furniture and cabinets on selling floor; assist in managing space in warehouse Custodial: offices, conference room, break room and restrooms are used by customers, staff and volunteers so these areas need to be clean and presentable everyday. Minimum age: 14 and 15 year old serving with parent/guardian. 16 and 17 year old parent/guardian not required. Waiver of Liability for Minors must be signed by parent/guardian for all under 18 years Shifts: you pick your shift. Serve as little as 4 hours 9 AM to 1 PM or 12 PM to 4 PM Dress code: jeans or slacks; tee shirt (no message on shirt, no tank tops or mid-drifts); closed-toe shoes Training: sign up for required NEW TO RESTORE ORIENTATION held twice a week. Contact Volunteer@ReStoreElgin.org for more information Court ordered Community Service: ReStore accepts those individuals that need to complete 30 hours or more. ReStore does not accept those that have committed the following offenses: Retail Theft, Shoplifting, Burglary, Domestic or Physical Abuse, Animal Cruelty, Possession of Illegal Drugs with Intent to Distribute. Bring your court documents with you when you attend "New to ReStore" Orientation.

Elgin, IL

Through 6/30/21

Once & Again Boutique Volunteer

Additional volunteers are welcome to join the current team to help sort, price and organize donations. Assistance with cleaning is also needed. Comfortable with cash? Cashier is also needed. Hours are Tues - Sat 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Des Plaines, IL

Through 7/30/21

Trail Watch Volunteers

Do you enjoy being out on the trails in the Forest Preserves of Cook County? If so, you can volunteer while performing your favorite trail activity. Whether you are walking, biking or even riding your horse, you can be a visible and welcoming presence in the forest preserves. Monitor the trails for troubling conditions and report them to the Forest Preserves Police. To participate, attend a one-time training and orientation session and pass a background check.

Cook County, IL

Through 6/30/21

Host and Organize a Food Pantry Drive

Plan a drive in your neighborhood, social club or school for Elk Grove Township food pantry! This is a great time to begin collecting food for needy families in the area. Items needed are non perishable canned foods, jar foods, dry food, breakfast foods and household items i.e. toilet paper, toothpaste, shampoo & deodorant, soap & detergent. No expired expiration dates please. Volunteers of all ages can help. Elk Grove Township Food Pantry 600 Landmeier Rd, Elk Grove Village Donations accepted M-F 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Elk Grove Village, IL

Through 6/30/21

Provide Donations from Home

The children and families we serve at Shelter, Inc. need gift cards to purchase basic items like food, toilet paper, diapers and wipes. Gift cards from major retailers like Jewel, Aldi, Target, Walmart and Amazon can be purchased online and sent to us via email at shelter@shelter-inc.org. Gift cards sent via email can be used immediately to purchase needed items or sent directly to families in need. Donate to our Family Crisis fund Needed items (such as toilet paper, diapers, or cleaning supplies) can be purchased online and sent to us directly through our AmazonSmile Charity List With all the changes that are happening in our world right now, there is one thing that is constant: Shelter is here 24 hours a day 365 days a year for our community. If you are able, please help us today provide for the most vulnerable in our community. We are in this together.

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 6/30/21

Masks for Medical Advocacy

Northwest CASA is in need of donations of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to support our Medical Advocacy program. Advocates are responsible for providing in person support to victims of sexual violence in Emergency Rooms across the North/Northwest Suburbs of Cook County. We are currently in need of the following items: Hand Sanitzer Surgical Grade Gloves N95 Masks/Filters Hand-Sewn Masks (Please be sure to use neutral patterns and materials) Any and all help is truly appreciated!

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 3/31/21

Accepting Handmade Masks

Please consider donating to Addolorata Villa's Residents. We are in need of handmade masks for the residents. Drop off or Call Lynn Deger 847-808-6132 for more information.

Wheeling, IL

Through 4/30/21

Masks for Seniors

Hanover Township Senior Services has an urgent need to find volunteers that are great with sewing and are willing to donate masks for our seniors. Express Interest below for delivery details.

Bartlett, IL

Through 3/31/21

Shelter Needs Wish List

Home of the Sparrow has an updated list of needs for its shelters. Donated items must be new. Please call to schedule an appointment before you drop off items at administrative office.

McHenry, IL

Through 3/31/21

Habitat ReStore Arlington Heights

We need volunteers to help at every phase of the operation. You select the day and times (as little as 4 hours). The types of activities where we need volunteers: Processing donations: cleaning donations (not greasy, just dusty), some items require assembly, every item must be priced before going to the sales floor Sales Floor: Move merchandise from processing area, put in correct location on sales floor, assist customers Warehouse: unload donations from vehicles; help customers load purchases into their own vehicles; place furniture and cabinets on selling floor; assist in managing space in warehouse Custodial: offices, conference room, break room and restrooms are used by customers, staff and volunteers so these areas need to be clean and presentable everyday. Minimum age: 14 and 15 year old serving with parent/guardian. 16 and 17 year old parent/guardian not required. Waiver of Liability for Minors must be signed by parent/guardian for all under 18 years Shifts: you pick your shift. Serve as little as 4 hours 9 AM to 1 PM or 12 PM to 4 PM Dress code: jeans or slacks; tee shirt (no message on shirt, no tank tops or mid-drifts); closed-toe shoes Training: “NEW TO RESTORE ORIENTATION” is required for all new volunteers and Community Service. Contact Volunteer@ReStoreElgin.org for WebEx link to Orientation. Court ordered Community Service: ReStore accepts those individuals that need to complete 30 hours or more. ReStore does not accept those that have committed the following offenses: Retail Theft, Shoplifting, Burglary, Domestic or Physical Abuse, Animal Cruelty, Possession of Illegal Drugs with Intent to Distribute. Bring your court documents with you when you attend "New to ReStore" Orientation.

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 9/30/21

Clothing Drive for Survivors of Sexual Violence

Often, survivors of sexual violence hand over their clothing when they are going through the Evidence Collection Kit process at our local partner Emergency Rooms. Northwest CASA provides clothing items so that survivors can feel comfortable as they leave the hospital. All donated items need to be new and have minimal or no graphics. Clothing Items Needed: Sweatshirts (Men's sizes preferred) Sweatpants (Men's sizes preferred) T-shirts (Men's sizes preferred) Women's Underwear Socks Amazon Wishlist Available: https://amzn.to/2TeXjN4 Opportunity is great for groups looking to do a holiday collection! Everything is done remotely and drop off can be arranged based on your availability.

Arlington Heights, IL

Through 3/31/21

Gift Card Donations

Gift cards are used for program needs/residents throughout the year in many ways such as helping clients get to interviews and appointments as well as helping us to feed 90+ people within our safe homes. Gift Card List: ANY GAS CARD JEWEL ALDI MEIJER WALMART $100, $50, $25 denominations are preferred Thank you so much for helping us. We thank you for your generosity.

Palatine, IL

Through 6/30/21

Food Pantry Items Needed

Help us restock the Schaumburg Township food pantry with: canned meats cereal spaghetti sauce canned pasta meals, hamburger helper canned fruit crackers, peanut butter, jelly chunky/family size soup condiments and baking items toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo paper products, dish soap, laundry detergent diapers Schaumburg Township Food Pantry: 1 Illinois Blvd, Hoffman Estates Donation Drop Off Hours: M-F 8:30am to 5:00pm

Hoffman Estates, IL

Through 3/31/21

Create Auction Basket

We are collecting themed gift baskets to auction off at our annual spring fundraiser--Virtual is (Still) the New Black Tie happening Saturday, April 17th! After expressing interest, you will be sent a link to check out our wish list of baskets below and can sign up to make one. Get creative and get your co-workers, friends, or family members to help gather items--this would be a great team-building or group activity. Baskets must be delivered to our office at the Palatine Township building by April 2nd. Full details on delivery will be emailed after you sign up for a basket. Your donation will help us raise funds to continue in our mission of helping kids and families achieve social and emotional health through counseling, crisis intervention, and mentoring.

Palatine, IL

Through 3/26/21