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Mission
At Almost Home Kids, our mission is to provide transitional care in a home-like setting to children with complicated health needs, training for their families and respite care.

Almost Home Kids is a short-term community based pediatric healthcare facility that brings together Medical Professionals, Recreational Volunteers, Community Providers, Sponsors, Donors, Friends, Corporate and Civic Partners. AHK is licensed by the Department of Public Health.

 

The Providence St. Mel Associate Board consists of young professionals dedicated to the mission of Providence St. Mel School.  Associate Board members are willing to commit their energies to expanding and sustaining the education and scholarship program for students at the school via events and other initiatives.  The commitment includes efforts to promote and enhance the profile of the school within the Chicagoland community and beyond by forging new relationship, thereby increasing and maximizing revenue and awareness.

Our Mission
The mission of United Way is to improve lives by mobilizing caring communities to create lasting change.

Our Vision
United Way of Western Connecticut is committed to ensuring that every child enters school ready to learn, every family is financially stable and every community we serve is healthy and strong. We are the recognized leader in identifying issues and pathways to solutions.

 

The Bolingbrook Lions Foundation is the charitable arm of the Bolingbrook Lions Club. The Foundation administers all of our charitable work relating to the humanitarian services we provide; such as eyeglasses, hearing aids, donations to like minded service organizations, provide vision and hearing screenings free of charge, provide assistance to the needy, etc.

The Twin Hearts Autism Foundation is an Illinois nonprofit organization established in 2010. We have been recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.

Our mission is to enrich the lives of children and adults with autism and other special needs by raising funds that will go to support individuals, organizations, schools, scholarships and family events related to the autism and special needs communities.

  • Each year they choose a new charity to donate to
    • 2016: The Center for Independence through Conductive Education

 Steppenwolf operates as a not-for-profit organization relying on community support to produce or presents up to 16 plays and nearly 700 performances, readings and other events every year on our three stages. The theater’s artistic and educational programs draw a multi-generational audience of nearly 200,000 from the greater metropolitan Chicago area, while our impact reaches well beyond this region with productions that tour nationally and internationally.

Our Mission is to Love God, Love Others and Draw People Closer To Christ.

Joliet’s rich history can be traced back to 1673, when the French explorer Louis Joliet and his voyageurs chose the area as an ideal settlement site. He saw the promise the river and its fertile deltas could provide to settlers, and wrote about this promising new land. In 1833, settlers finally began to arrive and quickly discovered that what Louis Joliet had written about the area was true. The fertile prairie soil, soft coal, ample lumber, and the river provided everything needed to farm, build homes, raise families, and establish businesses. The settlement continued to grow and prosper and was incorporated by the Illinois General Assembly in 1852.

Aside from our vision to exceed customer satisfaction in every tour package that they book, Pearl Harbor Website also allot a portion of our earnings to support several charitable institutions in Hawaii. Proceeds go to their operational expenses and special projects to provide assistance to those who are less fortunate and in need of financial support.

The DuPage Medical Group Charitable Fund was developed to:

  • To provide an organized, coordinated, systematic approach to giving back to our community
  • To promote professionalism and volunteerism among DMG physicians, care providers and staff
  • To obtain charitable contributions to continue to expand our work throughout DuPage County and beyond

The Bohne Foundation is dedicated to feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, comforting the destitute, encouraging the hopeless, while aiding the neediest members of our global community.

Turning Pointe Autism Foundation is proud to have assembled a capable, experienced and committed team of professionals and organizations to oversee the development and management of its facilities and programs. We strive to maintain the highest level of quality and to provide the most comprehensive services for families with autism.

The Boy Scouts of America is the largest Scouting organization in the United States of America and one of the largest youth organizations in the United States with more than 2.4 million youth participants and nearly one million adult volunteers.

Founded in 1977 by James A. Leopardo, the firm has grown continuously and today employs more than 400 industry professionals and successfully completes over 400 projects annually. Since we first opened our doors, Leopardo has completed more than 75 million square feet and $6.5 billion in construction.

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