Public Service Spotlight
Join The Drive at Moving Day Chicago 2014
Sunday October 19, 2014
Help do whatever it takes to beat Parkinson's disease! Join The Drive at the 3rd Annual National Parkinson Foundation's Moving Day Chicago, to raise awareness and funds for research, treatment, and outreach. This family-friendly event is in Chicago's Lincoln Park, on Sunday morning, October 19. Don't want to walk? Come anyway - there's lots to do in the Movement Pavilion, Resource Pavilion, and kids' area. Maybe you can even get a free massage! For more information, CLICK HERE.
Where: Lincoln Park
Location: Chicago North
Support the American Cancer Society during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Attend the 'Pretty in Pink' 5K Walk-a-thon, at Advantage Chevrolet, Hodgkins/Countryside, on Sunday morning, October 19th. For information, to register, or to donate now CLICK HERE.
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| || U.S. Committee for UNICEF |
| ||Provides medicine, clean water and sanitation, improved nutrition, basic education and emergency assistance to children around the world. 800-FOR-KIDS
| || UHLICH CHILDRENS HOME |
| ||The Uhlich Academy combines warmth, caring and the power of technology to help children learn by giving them the effective, well-rounded education every child needs and deserves.
| || United Way |
| ||The mission of United Way is to improve people's lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities.
| || United Way's Crusade of Mercy |
| ||National system of volunteers, contributors, and local charities helping people in their own communities. 703-836-7100', |
| || United Way's First Call for Help |
| ||Help is just a phone call away. The United Way's First Call for Help can link you to vital social services throughout metropolitan Chicago. Find answers to questions about daycare, senior services or programs for the entire family. The program also provides information and resources for more serious problems such as terminal illness, family violence and more. United Way. The way we care, community by community. For more information on this program, other services offered or how you can lend your time or resources, call 1.800.725.5314|
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