Public Service Spotlight
Give to the Salvation Army's Angel Tree Program
Wednesday October 01, 2014 - Monday December 15, 2014
The holidays will soon be here. Time to start thinking about what your office, school or church can do this year to brighten the season for those less fortunate. The Salvation Army's Angel Tree Program is an easy way to provide gifts for children in need. For more information call (773) 205-3257 or CLICK HERE.
Join The Drive at a holiday event supporting the American Cancer Society and Toys for Tots - the Santa Hustle 5K Run, at Soldier Field on Saturday morning, December 6. You'll get a Santa Hat and beard to wear while running, a customized Santa Hustle sweatshirt, cookies and holiday music along the course, an after-party at Navy Pier and more. For information, CLICK HERE.
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| || ILLINOIS MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH COALITION |
| ||Recognizing that healthy infants, children, mothers and families constitute the basis of our society, IMCHC is dedicated to promoting and improving their health and well-being through advocacy, education, community empowerment and policy development. The activities of the Coalition address and support the fundamental principles of equity, social justice and fair access to care -- the basic rights of all human beings. The Coalition\'s main objectives are directed to overcome critical barriers, such as poverty and racism, that prevent achievement of maternal and child wellness. |
| || ILLINOIS SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF BLINDNESS |
| ||The ISPB was founded to prevent the tragedy of needless blindness. Dedicated to the care, protection, and preservation of sight, ISPB programs stress education and information. |
| || ILLINOIS SPECIAL OLYMPICS |
| ||Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with mental retardation and closely related developmental disabilities by giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
| || Inspiration Corp. |
| ||Provides supportive programming to help homeless men and women exit homelessness with dignity and respect. 773-878-0981
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