Public Service Spotlight
Join The Drive at the Walk to End Alzheimer's
Saturday September 20, 2014 - Sunday September 28, 2014
Across the nation people are stepping up for their mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, partners, sisters and brothers. They're leading the way and walking to end Alzheimer's disease, the 6th leading cause of death in the nation. Together we can reclaim the future. Join The Drive at the Walk to End Alzheimer's North Shore at Gallery Park in Glenview on Saturday, Sept. 20th or at the Chicago Walk at Montrose Harbor on Sunday, Sept. 28th. Register now, or find another location near you by CLICKING HERE
Where: Gallery Park & Montrose Harbor
Location: Cook County North
Raise a glass & join The Drive for brats, music, family fun and more at St. Alphonsus' Annual Oktoberfest. This traditional German celebration is happening Friday, Sept 26 - Sunday, Sept. 28th at St. Alphonsus Church, at Southport and Lincoln in Chicago. Complete with a craft beer night on Friday! For information, CLICK HERE.
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| || The Arc of the United States |
| ||Assists people with mental retardation in areas of education, employment, aging, recreation and housing, as well as providing information and support to families. 800-433-5255
| || THE BRITISH HOME |
| ||The mission of The British Home is to create, provide, manage, and support a variety of housing options, programs, and activities that compassionately and efficiently serve the changing needs of mature adults of all nationalities, and that encourage well-being and independence. For further information please contact Diane Hurstack at (708)485-0135.
| || THE NIGHT MINISTRY |
| ||Through its core programs in outreach, youth shelter, healthcare, advocacy, and education, The Night Ministry builds supportive relationships that empower thousands of individuals each year to recognize their own self-worth and ability to meet their own needs. For more information concerning The Night Ministry please contact Melissa McGuire at (773)784-9000, extension 205.
| || THE SAINTS |
| ||The goal of The Saints is primarily to help the smaller, not-for-profit performing arts organizations. |
| || The Salvation Army |
| ||An international movement to meet basic human needs without discrimination. 800-SAL-ARMY
| || THE SHELTER |
| ||SNI's purpose is to respond quickly and with compassion to those who as a result of war, persecution or natural disaster are homeless and in desperate need of shelter and in doing so to be instruments of God's love for all people and especially the poor.|
| || Tutor/Mentor Connection |
| ||Builds and sustains "village" of tutor/mentor programs. 312-467-2889
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