– Inspirations –

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not."

- Dr. Seuss

Donate a Basket of Fresh Produce to the


Tuesday, Nov 12th – Monday, Nov 19th

739 Elm St., Winnetka

Suggested items:  Non-perishable fruits: oranges/clementines, apples, pineapples Veggies:  squashes, beans, broccoli, brussel sprouts, potatoes  Pantry Items: coffee, tea, salad dressings, salsa, cookies, crackers, chocolates, nutsPersonal Items: shampoo/conditioner, body wash, and other special treats.

Make Thanksgiving Crafts With Your Children with


Saturday, Nov 17 – 10:30am – 12:30pm

Barbara’s Bookmarket 

2651 Navy Blvd., Glen Town Center, Glenview

Beautify Food Donation Baskets ~ Make flower baskets, hanging door scrolls and greeting cards.   Admission is free!


Feed and Greet Low Income Families at


Thanksgiving Morning, stop by any time between 10am and noon and you will be directed to a recipient family either in the building or around the corner.  Or you can just drop the basket and go!  Thank you for your generosity.  These groceries will sustain the families after the Thanksgiving Feast.

1600 W. Jonquil Terrace, Chicago, IL (Rogers Park – near Evanston)

Bring a Laundry Basket filled with groceries (not Thanksgiving meal)

Suggested items: Canned ham and other canned goods – fruits and veggies, soups, tuna peanut butter, microwaveable rice and pasta, pasta sauces, cereals or treats, coffee, and add a special treat if you’d like – think chocolate?