– Inspirations –

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

- Dr. Seuss

 

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Every morning we need volunteers to provide and cook breakfast for the individuals staying at Hilda’s Place, Connections for the Homeless shelter for single, adult men.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO SIGN UP TO COOK BREAKFAST CLICK HERE!

Assemble Homeless Outreach Kits

This is a great project for families or large groups that is flexible to any schedule.  Provide our Outreach Workers with the supplies that are needed to assist people living on the street.  We can coordinate delivery with a tour of the shelter if desired.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO SIGN UP TO PROVIDE  OUTREACH KITS CLICK HERE

For more information or questions about volunteering with Connections for the Homeless. contact Lisa Todd at lt@cfthinc.org or 847-475-7070, x111


 

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To find out more about volunteering for Meals At Home — during the holidays or during the rest of the year — contact Stephanie Hawkins at volcoord@mealsathome.org.


JLENS copypursesFor more information about the Junior League of Evanston’s “Purses with a Purpose” program and other volunteer opportunities, click here.


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World Relief is in need of

  • Welcome Kits for newly arrived families
  • Winter coats for infants through 8-year-olds.

To purchase a Welcome Kit click here.

To donate a new or gently used winter coat for a young child, please drop off any time Monday-Friday from 9-12 and 1-5 at World Relief, 3507 West Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625.

For more information, contact Hannah Keifer at hkeifer@wr.org.


SERVE AT LOCAL SOUP KITCHENS AND FOOD PANTRIES

Many Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens need help stocking shelves, cooking and serving at this time of year.

To find out where you can volunteer in our area, click here.


INTERESTED IN SERVING ON A MORE GLOBAL LEVEL?

For a directory of nonprofits that serve the refugee and global community, click here.

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