"WILLOW HOUSE" IS THE AWARDED CHARITY FROM OUR AUGUST 8 MEETING
NEXT MEETING IS NOVEMBER 14 - LOCATION TBD
NO CHECKS! NO PROBLEM!
You can now make your donations by credit card! Use our new online donation system for quick and easy credit card payment.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN WITH THE POWER OF COLLECTIVE GIVING?
When you donate $100 to a charity, you wonder if you're making a difference. But when 100 people donate $100 at the same time, they raise $10,000 for a worthy cause. That's impact. And it only takes an hour.
No volunteering, no telemarketing, no event planning, no silent auction donations to solicit. Simply a great way to give back right in our own community. Come join with us.
THIS IS PERFECT FOR YOU IF:
And all you need to do is give $100 and one hour of your time four times a year.
NOW YOU CAN VIEW AND VOTE FROM ANYWHERE!
Starting with our August, 2017 meeting, you will be able to view the three charity presentations as they are live-streamed on our FB page, and members can text their votes in real time. You'll never have to miss your chance to vote, even if you can't attend. Specific details will be coming in an email a week before the meeting.
100 Who Care Alliance attendees at international conference in Chicago in April, 2017
WILLOW HOUSE AWARDED OUR COLLECTIVE DONATION AUGUST 8, 2017
Member Darlene Bikshorn presented "Willow House,"an almost 20 year old organization whose sole mission is to support grieving children, teens, adults and families.
Willow House is recognized as a leader in the field of children’s grief locally and nationally. Peer support group services are provided in four locations, Arlington Heights, Chicago, Libertyville and Bannockburn, including a group for children and families grieving a suicide death and a unique expressive arts group.
Two other amazing charities were also presented: Riverside Foundation by Rande Mcmillan and Holy Family food pantry by Sharon Bertrand.
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