ROBERTI CULINARY PATHWAY IS AWARDED $18,100
FROM OUR FEBRUARY 11 MEETING
OUR MAY 12 MEETING WILL SUPPORT COVID19 AND BE DONE VIA EMAIL
NO CHECKS! NO PROBLEM!
You can make your donations by credit card! Use our new online donation system for quick and easy credit card donations.
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.
MEMBERS CAN VIEW AND VOTE FROM ANYWHERE!
Members can view the three charity presentations as they are live-streamed on our FB page, and text their votes in real time. Members never have to miss their chance to vote, even if they can't attend. Look for specific details in the email a week before the meeting.
100 Who Care Alliance attendees at international conference in Chicago in April, 2017
ROBERTI CULINARY PATHWAY AWARDED OUR MAIN FEBRUARY 2020 DONATION
Our big award this quarter, presented by Sharon Bertrand, goes to the Roberti Culinary Pathway. Their mission is to provide adults, primarily residents in distressed areas of Lake County, with the professional skills necessary for a successful career in food service. As a side benefit, they serve the meals they prepare to members of the local community.
Our two $500 award winners this quarter are Fill A Heart 4 Kids, presented by Kathleen Hansen, and North Suburban Special Recreation Association, presented by Wendy Rosen.
Fill A Heart 4 Kids gives unaccompanied homeless youth and foster children necessities and positive experiences to help their heart's heal and restore their dignity. NSSRA provides and facilitates year-round programs and services for children, teens, and adults with disabilities who live in the partner communities.
PHOTOS FROM OUR FEBRUARY 11 MEETING
Additional pictures are in MEETINGS tab, under Photo Gallery.
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