Willow House is s a non-profit, social service organization whose sole mission is to support children, families, schools and communities who are coping with grief and the death of a loved on
Canines 4 Comfort is a 501(c)3 organization established to satisfy the growing need for Psychiatric Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals among veterans, children, and others afflicted with emotional and trauma syndromes.
A volunteer based, non-for-profit, no-kill animal shelter located in Mundelein, IL, committed to saving lives.
PADS offers a comprehensive approach to battling homelessness through compassion and respect.
An organization committed to mobilizing churches and helping them to help others in their communities.
The ELCA Outreach Center shares God’s Love as a faith-based organization offering a safe place that provides services to meet our community members’ needs.
The Auberge at Highland Park (formally known as Silverado Highland Park Memory Care) is a premier Memory Care community in Highland Park, IL that serves Deerfield, Northbrook, Buffalo Grove, Wilmette, Glenview, Morton Grove, Skokie, Lake Forest, and Wheeling. At Highland Park, your loved ones are in great hands. We go above and beyond to provide them with everything that they need.
Highland Park is known for its luxury accommodations and thriving social programs. The area offers residents plenty to do, including visits to the Chicago Botanic Garden, Rosewood Beach, Ravinia Festival, Heller Nature Center, Skokie Valley Bike Trail, and the Highland Park Historical Society Museum. Being only 25 miles north of downtown Chicago, the community is close to many world-renowned attractions.
Every year hundreds of children go without proper clothing. Caring for Kids Clothing is a non-profit organization that helps provide these children with the clothing they so desperately need. Since our beginning in 2010 Caring for Kid has helped outfit hundreds of children every year. We provide an immediate need in warm winter gear, school uniforms, everyday clothing, gym shoes, snow boots, socks, under garments and so much more.
Please get involved today by contacting us to sponsor a child in need. You will get an information packet on your child telling you about their needs, favorite colors and special likes. You can make a new clothing donation, typical clothing donations per child have included navy blue or white school uniform: sweaters, shirts and pants, socks, underwear, coat, boots, hat and gloves.
Monetary donations are welcome and much needed to keep C4K alive. Your donation will go towards the children that do not have a personal sponsor. For your convenience we even have a PayPal link to make donating easier!
Goods and services donations are especially welcome as we hold several fundraisers each season and can always make use of raffle prizes and silent auction items. You can make a difference in a child’s life; even the smallest donation can make a difference!
One Hope United’s residential care programs provide a range of quality services to children and youth as well as to their families and guardians involved with the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. Children entering residential care are often traumatized or in crisis. We provide mental health services and tailor a treatment plan to fulfill the specific needs of each individual.
Our programs help youth develop social skills, build trust and form relationships, with the ultimate goal being for youth to return to a family setting, or to prepare them for adulthood by helping them achieve self-sufficiency, educational goals, and financial stability. One Hope United has residential facilities in northern and central Illinois.
The blankets donated from Penny's Purpose to One Hope United will be used for the boys that reside at Lake Villa as part of the C.A.R.E. – Residential Treatment program. These boys range in age from 9 years old to 18 years old.
“The people who work here really care about these kids. It’s like a family.” – C.A.R.E. Worker
Founded in 1895, One Hope United is a multistate nonprofit that helps children and families build the skills to live life without limits. We serve over 10,000 children and families each year through education centers, child and family services, counseling, and residential programs. With our evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, we empower children and families to see and create a future where, regardless of their past, they can reach their full potential.
Placing Paws of Illinois was established in 2008 in Lake County Illinois with the goal of saving animals from high risk situations. Placing Paws has adopted over 2000 animals since it began
Serving Western Kenosha County residents by sharing resources and advocating for self-sufficiency.
dignity, compassion, empowerment, advocacy, and stewardship
Connecting Antioch Area Seniors with services and events
God’s Kitchen In Kenosha, WI is a nonprofit organization that was started in June 2017. God sent me on a mission to go and start on 60th Street and 22nd Avenue to 63rd Street and 22nd Avenue to feed the unfortunate ones everyday, twice a day. God’s Kitchen is about feeding, clothing and soon to be sheltering the unfortunate ones in our community with love and understanding without judgement or prejudice. God’s Kitchen is for all God’s Children.