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March 18, 2019 - April 7, 2019

Help USA Troops April Donation Campaign

In the Spring of each year, the Hedrick family and the family of LCPL James Stack, USMC, Killed in Action, Nov 10, 2010, organize a Chicago-wide project to send comfort items to our troops overseas.
The group is called HELP USA TROOPS, and you can see their story at:
For the April 2019 campaign, HELP USA TROOPS hopes to send 1000 boxes to our troops overseas.
Here’s how you can help:
1.         Purchase comfort items specifically requested by our troops overseas.  See the Shopping List at
2.       Drop the comfort items at one of the 50+ Drop Off Locations shown at:
3.       Help sort and pack the boxes at AmVets Post 66, 700 McHenry Road Wheeling, IL
a.       Sorting Day: Saturday, April 6, 2018,  10:00 am until 3:00 pm
b.       Packing Party: Sunday, April 7, 2018, 11:00 am until done
4.       Donate the postage for a Comfort Box.  These large boxes are shipped via the US Postal Service.  The postage is $17.40 per box.  Please donate the postage for a box at:
5.       Send the name and APO address of a military service person deployed anywhere overseas.  Please email the name and APO address to:
For questions, ideas, or to volunteer, please contact Dawn Hedrick at
Help USA Troops would like to THANK EVERYONE for supporting our troops!
Where: AmVets Post 66
Location: 700 McHenry Road Wheeling, IL

March 22, 2019 - March 23, 2019

English Literacy Volunteers Needed

Help adults learn English at Aquinas Literacy Center! Volunteer as a one-on-one tutor for just 90 minutes a week at 1751 West 35th Street on the southwest side of Chicago. All tutoring is in English, so you don’t have to speak another language to volunteer. Volunteer tutoring opportunities are 9am-8pm, Monday-Thursday.

Join us for our next tutor training workshop: Friday, March 22 (6pm to 9pm) and Saturday, March 23 (9am to 4pm). Register in advance and come both days to begin tutoring. For more information or to register, please contact Sabrina at or (773) 927-0512. Aquinas Literacy Center is sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters.

Where: Aquinas Literacy Center
Location: 1751 West 35th Street

March 23, 2019

Mother McAuley Father and Mother’s Club Present “Comedy Night”

Join the Mother McAuley Father and Mother’s Club as they present “Comedy Night” on Saturday March 23rd at 6pm.  This event aims to raise funds for Mother McAuley student scholarship.  It will feature performances from Mike Toomey, Bill Brady, Jeanie Doogan and Jim Flannigan. For more information, including tickets prices, please visit


March 23, 2019

Landscaping For Birds

Where: Volo Bog State Natural Area

March 26, 2019 - May 7, 2019

Chicago Dance Month Open Studio Tuesdays

Chicago Dance Month showcases the city’s numerous, vibrant, and diverse opportunities to enjoy dance in Chicago through performances, classes, and special events. A variety of Chicago dance companies, including (in this order) Margi Cole and The Dance COLEctive, RE|dance group, Synapse Arts with Amanda Ramirez, Project Bound Dance, Alyssa Motter, and Desueño Dance, offer performances, mini dance classes, and other activities every Tuesday during Chicago Dance Month; light refreshments provided.


Day/Date/Time:                        Fridays, March 26–May 7 (not April 30), 4:30–6 p.m. 
Location:                                 Chicago Cultural Center Dance Studio, 78 E. Washington Street
Ticket Prices:                          FREE
Where: Chicago Cultural Center Dance Studio
Location: 78 E. Washington Street

March 30, 2019

Elizabeth Hopper Memorial Walk

Please join the 2nd Annual Elizabeth Hopper Memorial Walk!

The walk will begin at Calumet High School, 3900 Calhoun Street, Gary, IN, at 11:00am and end at Culver’s in Highland.

Walk is $10 per family and will include (1) raffle ticket. You can pay when you arrive at Culver’s

Rides will be available back to CHS to pick up your car!

Culver’s of Highland, 3950 Ridge Rd, Highland, IN 46322, from 10:00am-3:00pm will donated 20% of sales to Beth’s scholarship. Come get your cheese curds, ice cream and Butterburgers!

Where: Calumet High School
Location: 3900 Calhoun Street, Gary, IN

April 1, 2019 - April 30, 2019

Lemons of Love

Where: Trim Tex
Location: 3700 W Pratt Ave, Lincolnwood, IL 60712

April 1, 2019

Brushes With Cancer Applications

Twist Out Cancer, an international non-profit charitable organization that provides psychosocial support to individuals touched by cancer through creative arts programming, is now accepting applications for Inspirations (anyone touched by cancer) and Artists to take part in its seventh annual Brushes with Cancer program in Chicago.  Brushes With Cancer programs have been held all over the world including in Toronto, Montreal, and Tel Aviv.  In 2019, they will be held in Philadelphia, Detroit, Austin, and of course returning home to Chicago.  
Brushes with Cancer is a six month program that matches those touched by cancer with artists to create a unique piece of artwork that reflects on their journey with cancer.  This unique celebration of survivorship and hope pairs previvors, survivors, and caregivers with talented artists working in a variety of mediums.  Those touched by cancer share their ‘twist on cancer’ – stories, feelings and experiences – with the artist, which serves as the inspiration for the art.  The program culminates with a celebratory annual event and fundraiser in which the artwork is revealed for the first time. 
Applications for artists and anyone touched by cancer to have a unique art piece made in their honor are available at the following website and are due on Monday, April 1.  
Unique art pieces created for Brushes With Cancer in Chicago will be on display on Saturday, November 2 at Moonlight Studios.  More details including who will be hosting the event, ticket sales, and more will be announced at a later date.  

April 1, 2019

Chicago Dance Month Kickoff Celebration

Chicago Dance Month showcases the city’s numerous, vibrant, and diverse opportunities to enjoy dance in Chicago through performances, classes, and special events. The kickoff features free performances by Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre, Dancing Petals, Duncan Dance Chicago, Joel Hall Dancers, and South Chicago Dance Theatre, followed by a VIP reception.

Day/Date/Time:                      Monday, April 1, 4:30–5:30 p.m. 
Location:                                 Preston Bradley Hall, Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington Street
Ticket Prices:                          Performance FREE; reception $25 suggested donation for general public
Where: Preston Bradley Hall, Chicago Cultural Center
Location: 78 E. Washington Street

April 3, 2019 - April 24, 2019

Second Sense – Learning to Live with Vision Loss

If you are struggling with deteriorating vision from macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy or glaucoma, Second Sense can show you ways to adapt to your changing vision.  Their free workshop, Learning to Live with Vision Loss, is being held on Wednesday mornings in April and discusses the emotional impact of losing vision, simple solutions for everyday frustrations, options for getting around safely and technology that can help.  The workshop takes place at Second Sense, 65 E. Wacker Place in Chicago from 10:30 am to noon April 3, 10, 17 and 24.  Family and friends are welcome.  To learn more, call 312-236-8569 or email  Second Sense is a Chicago nonprofit that has been serving people with vision loss for 70 years.

Where: Second Sense
Location: 65 E. Wacker Place

April 5, 2019

FARE Chicago Spring Luncheon

Join us for an afternoon in support of Food Allergy Research & Education’s mission of bringing LIFE, HEALTH and HOPE to 32 million Americans with food allergies.

This year’s event will feature an informative symposium on the latest developments in food allergy research, our popular marketplace and a program that is sure to leave you inspired.


For more information, visit:

Where: The Standard Club
Location: 320 S Plymouth Ct, Chicago, IL 60604

April 6, 2019

Spin to Break the Cycle


On Saturday, April 6th, Spin to Break the Cycle takes over the iconic House of Blues Chicago uniting individuals, corporations and the greater Chicago community as together we help break the cycle and invest in the future of Chicago’s youth – creating stronger, safer, and healthier communities.


This high-energy spin (indoor cycling) event raises funds to support Up2Us Sports’ mission to help youth and communities achieve their potential through the power of sports. Some of the city’s most recognized personalities, fitness instructors and organizations will enhance the excitement of the day in a spin event like none other.


DATE: Saturday, April 6th, 2019

LOCATION: House of Blues Chicago

TIME: First session arrives at 8am. A new workout session arrives every hour through 1pm.

TOGETHER WE RIDE to the beat of DJ’s high energy music with some of Chicago’s best instructors leading and encouraging you through every move. This entry-level one hour spin (indoor cycling) workout will get your heart pumping and legs moving as together we go the distance to create change in Chicago.

TOGETHER WE REFRESH after the workout and enjoy complimentary massage, pampering and more in the exclusive Foundation Room.

TOGETHER WE CELEBRATE the change we are creating and the people like you who are making that change possible.  This special reception features an appetizer buffet, complimentary drinks, themed lounges and more.

TOGETHER WE REAP THE REWARDS knowing that we are all connected – we are one Chicago. Every life impacted every community strengthened helps create a stronger, safer, healthier Chicago. Your participation is a part of the solution and the Spin to Break the Cycle Fundraising Rewards program recognizes and rewards those that go above beyond the call providing you with an opportunity to earn exciting rewards like airline certificates, sports tickets and exclusive experiences.

Where: House of Blues Chicago
Location: 329 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60654

April 14, 2019

Race To Zero

Where: Independence Grove Forest Preserve
Location: 16400 Buckley Rd, Libertyville, IL 60048

April 28, 2019

March Of Dimes – March For Babies 2019

March of Dimes is a champion for families, fighting for the health of moms and babies in communities like yours and across the country. We believe that every baby deserves the best possible start. Unfortunately, not all babies get one.
  • Premature birth is the largest contributor to infant death in the United States and globally.
  • In this country 1 in 10 babies is born prematurely each year.
  • Pregnancy-related death has more than doubled over the past 25 years.

The March for Babies community bands together to fight for the health of all moms and babies. Between participants, sponsors and supporters, we count upwards of 4 million people who walk, sponsor or donate to March for Babies.

When you support March for Babies, you make a statement about the world you want to live in—one in which healthy moms and strong babies are a priority for us all.

For more information, visit

Where: Grant Park - Butler Field
Location: 300 East Monroe Chicago, IL 60601

April 28, 2019

Bowl for Life

Join us for the second annual Bowl for Life event supporting The Kevin J. Lederer Life Foundation. This event is an open invitation for anyone who is interested in supporting infertility. 

The KJL Life Foundation aims to promote health and alleviate the mental and physical distress of individuals and couples diagnosed                                          with infertility by hosting educational events and providing financial assistance through our life grant programs.

When:             Sunday, 4/28/19 12noon-2:30pm

Where:           Kings Bowl – Lincoln Park

                        1500 N. Clybourn Avenue Chicago IL  60610

RSVP:            The Kevin J. Lederer Life Foundation

                        676 N. St. Clair Street 23rd Floor, Suite 2310 Chicago IL  60611


Fee:              $35 adults, $20 kids, Team of 8 $265 (savings of $15)

                      Kids 5 and under FREE

                      Register online:

For more information and tickets, please visit

Where: Kings Bowl - Lincoln Park
Location: 1500 N. Clybourn Avenue Chicago IL  60610

April 30, 2019

Chicago Dance Month Celebration and Scavenger Hunt Along the Chicago Riverwalk

Chicago Dance Month showcases the city’s numerous, vibrant, and diverse opportunities to enjoy dance in Chicago through performances, classes, and special events. This progressive event takes place along the Chicago Riverwalk with interactive opportunities to find clues and win prizes, featuring site-specific performances by J. Lindsay Brown Dance, Culture Shock Chicago, Winifred Haun & Dancers, Mordine & Company, Movement Revolution Dance Crew, Praize Productions, and Trifecta Dance Collective, concluding at City Winery.

Day/Date/Time:                       Tuesday, April 30, 4:30–6 p.m.
Location:                                 Chicago Riverwalk 
Ticket Prices:                          FREE
Where: Chicago Riverwalk
Location: Downtown Chicago

May 4, 2019

Spring Winds To Headline The Chicago Kids And Kites Festival

21ST  annual festival in Lincoln Park/Montrose Harbor on May 4 will provide free kite kits to build and decorate along with family activities
A favorite family event and a harbinger of springtime in Chicago, the 21st  Annual Chicago Kids and Kites Festival returns to Cricket Hill at Montrose Harbor (Montrose and Wilson) on Saturday, May 4, from 10am to 4pm. Admission is FREE.
The City of Chicago will provide free kite kits, while supplies last, for children to get creative as they build, decorate and fly their own kites.
The Windjammers Professional Kite Team will once again be on hand to thrill the crowd with their synchronized kite flying maneuvers throughout the day, and festival goers can enjoy activities such as face painting, balloon artists, circus arts presented by CircEsteem and crafts. Chicago Kite will also be onsite for kite buyers.
The 21st Annual Chicago Kids and Kites Festival is presented by the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and sponsored in part by The Boeing Company and the Chicago Tribune.  For more information, visit and join the conversation on FacebookTwitter and Instagram (@ChicagoDCASE).
Where: Montrose Harbor
Location: 601 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60613

May 11, 2019

Triage Cancer Conference in Chicago, IL on May 11

This FREE conference for will provide valuable information about navigating practical and legal issues that may impact individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers. The event will cover topics such as:
·         Understanding health insurance and picking a health insurance plan
·         Appeals and what to do when an insurance company says no
·         Working through treatment, taking time off, and disability insurance
·         Estate planning and other important documents
·         Managing medical bills, finances, and getting financial help
·         Becoming an empowered patient and advocate
·         Post-traumatic growth
·         Nutrition after a cancer diagnosis
This conference is also open to advocates and health care professionals. The Triage Cancer Conference offers up to 6 FREE CEUs to oncology nurses and social workers
Event Details:
May 11, 2019
Registration: 8:30am-9am
Program: 9am-5pm
Chicago Marriott O’Hare
Where: Chicago Marriott O'Hare

May 12, 2019

2019 Mother’s Day Race For The Cure

Susan G. Komen Chicago’s 2019 Mother’s Day RACE FOR THE CURE is just around the corner! Why do you race?
  • To honor a loved one?
  • To celebrate your survivorship?
  • To bring us one step closer to ending breast cancer once and for all? 
Share your story, rally your team and register for Komen Chicago’s 2019 Race for the Cure TODAY!
  • WHERE: Montrose Harbor, 601 W. Montrose Avenue
  • WHEN:  Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 12, 2019
Where: Montrose Harbor
Location: 601 W. Montrose Avenue

May 18, 2019

Erika’s Lighthouse – 15th Anniversary Gala

Erika’s Lighthouse, a non-profit organization formed in the Chicago area that is dedicated to educating and raising awareness about adolescent depression, encouraging good mental health, and breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health issues, will be celebrating its 15th Anniversary with its annual gala on Saturday, May 18.  
Erika’s Lighthouse was founded in 2004 by Ginny and Tom Neuckranz after Erika, their teenage daughter, lost her life to suicide.  Erika’s Lighthouse develops and provides free teen depression awareness programs and resources to middle school and high school communities around the country. Its programs address the challenges surrounding teen depression using the most impactful, innovative and accessible methods available today. 
From a modest start 15 years ago, Erika’s Lighthouse has gone from providing free educational programs on depression and suicide awareness in our local community to now touching the lives of students, parents and school professionals in 300 schools spread across 36 states.
Where: Valley Lo Club
Location: 2200 Tanglewood Dr, Glenview, IL 60025

May 18, 2019

Make-A-Wish Illinois’ Wish Ball

Make-A-Wish Illinois is pleased to announce that Seth Meyers, Emmy Award-winning writer and current host of “Late Night with Seth Meyers” will be the featured celebrity at Wish Ball on Saturday evening May 18, 2018 at Navy Pier.

For children with critical illnesses, the journey back to hope and strength begins with a life-changing wish experience. In addition to entertainment from Seth Meyers, nearly 1,000 guests will share in inspiring moments found throughout the wish experience and hear first-hand how wishes change lives.

Wish Ball is an elegant evening packed with touching moments including meeting several wish children serving as Wish Ambassadors. Tickets are $675 per person or $6,750 per table of ten.  Premium tables can be reserved for $13,500. Tickets are available online at or by calling 312.602.WISH (9474).

Presented by GATX Corporation, this magnificent night generates revenue to support the Make-A-Wish mission of creating life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. The event includes cocktails, dinner, dancing, a raffle, and spirited live and silent auctions. The night is also supported by Star Sponsors, Paul and Joan Rubschlager and Platinum Sponsors, the David and Teryl Schawk Family Foundation.

Meyers hosted the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2014 and was Emmy nominated in 2017 and 2018 for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series. In 2018 he hosted the 75th Golden Globe Awards, which was Emmy nominated for Outstanding Variety Special. In addition, Meyers was named one of the 2014 TIME 100, Time magazine’s 100 most influential people.


Meyers began his TV career with “Saturday Night Live” in 2001, where he was a cast member for 13 seasons. Meyers served as head writer for nine seasons and “Weekend Update” anchor for eight. In 2011, Meyers won the Emmy for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for host Justin Timberlake’s musical monologue. In all, Meyers has garnered 20 Emmy nominations for his work in television. Meyers currently executive produces the NBC comedy “A.P. Bio.”

About Make-A-Wish

Make-A-Wish® creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Research shows children who have wishes granted can build the physical and emotional strength they need to fight their illness.  Since being founded locally in 1985, Make-A-Wish Illinois has granted more than 15,000 wishes and continues its mission to share the power of a wish® with children in all areas of the state.

Where: Navy Pier
Location: 600 E Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

May 19, 2019

9th Annual Dash for the Dogs 5K and 1M Run/Walk

Join Animal House Shelter for their 9th annual Dash for the Dogs 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Family Fun Walk! This event helps raise funds to support Animal House Shelter’s mission to rescue all breeds of dogs and cats regardless of age or medical condition. They have rescued over 35,000 animals since they were established in 2002.

Date: Sunday, May 19th, 2019

Location: Citizens Park, 511 Lake Zurich Road, Barrington, IL 60010

Event Time: 6:15 am – 11:00 am

          Check-in/Registration: 6:15 am to 7:45 am (in Jewel Tea Pavilion)

          5K Run/Walk: 8:00 am

          Awards: 9:00 am

          1 Mile Family Fun Walk: 9:45 am

Cost: $25-$35 pre-registration, $40 race day registration, free for children under 10 years old

          $25 for groups of 10 or more who register online

        Earn a $10 refund for every 5 people who register with your referral link (provided once you register)

Where: Citizens Park
Location: 511 Lake Zurich Road, Barrington, IL 60010

June 2, 2019

Chicagoland VisionWalk

VisionWalk Gears up for 14th Anniversary Celebration to Help End Blindness

Visually Impaired Children, Adults and Families Unite at June 2 Event to Support Sight-Restoring Research

The Foundation Fighting Blindness’ 14th annual Chicagoland VisionWalk will include hundreds of participants walking to raise funds to support gene therapy, stem call and pharmaceutical-based research that holds the promise of saving and restoring sight for people living with retinal disease. Since their start, tens of thousands of people have participated in VisionWalk events across the country raising more than $48 million to fund sight-saving research.

“VisionWalk is more than a walk; it is a community event, a positive social institution for people of all ages to bring attention to the need for sight-saving and sight-restoring therapies,” says Michelle Nash, VisionWalk Chair. “VisionWalk provides an opportunity to further drive the conversation around the need to fund early-stage human trials for treatments that could one day end blindness.”

The Chicagoland VisionWalk will take place at Busse Woods, Ned Brown Meadow on Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 9 a.m. to help raise awareness and funds for sight-saving research for retinal diseases including retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration, and Usher syndrome, which affect more than 10 million Americans.

The Chicagoland VisionWalk has steadily evolved into a significant fundraising mechanism aimed at funding cutting-edge studies towards preventions, treatments and cures of blinding retinal diseases. Helping fuel the surge in participants is the high interest among walkers who lead full and productive lives despite the challenges they have faced with vision loss.  Joining these participants are friends and loved ones helping to advance innovative treatments for curing blindness and looking towards a future of hope.

“Hundreds of walkers, many of whom are affected by, or have a loved one living with retinal disease, are expected at this year’s Chicagoland VisionWalk, “ said Steve Sroka, Associate Director of Events. “This year, we’re excited to feature live entertainment, bounce houses, balloon twisting, face painting, free lunch and more.

Events Calendar Information

WHAT:                       Chicagoland VisionWalk, Benefitting the Foundation Fighting Blindness

WHEN:                       Sunday, June 2, 2019
                                     Registration: 9 a.m. │ Walk Starts: 10:30 a.m.

WHERE:                     Busse Woods, Grove #28, Ned Brown Meadow
                                     Golf Road Entrance at Ring Road
                                     Elk Grove Village, IL

DETAILS:                   Detailed information and more information on how to participate is available at:
                                     Chicago VisionWalk

CONTACT:                Ashley Mooney, Event Assistant, 847-680-0100 or

Where: Elk Grove Village
Location: Busse Woods

June 2, 2019

Naperville Take Steps Walk for Crohn’s Disease

Stand together for hope and walk together for cures, for the approximately 3.1 million Americans living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, incurable digestive diseases. The Crohn’s and colitis foundation’s take steps event will connect you with other patients and families in the community through a day long fundraising celebration. To learn how you can make a difference and to find an event near you, visit

Where: Benedetti Wehrli Stadium
Location: Naperville, IL

June 8, 2019

Chicago Take Steps Walk for Crohn’s Disease

Stand together for hope and walk together for cures, for the approximately 3.1 million Americans living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, incurable digestive diseases. The Crohn’s and colitis foundation’s take steps event will connect you with other patients and families in the community through a day long fundraising celebration. To learn how you can make a difference and to find an event near you, visit


Where: Horner Park
Location: Chicago, IL

June 8, 2019

Imerman Angels Brunch Run 5K & Walk

Join the Imerman Angels Brunch Run 5K & Walk!

This is not your ordinary 5K! The Brunch Run is a 5K (or one-mile walk) with a reward worth running or walking for. When you reach the finish line, you will be treated to an amazing brunch from Chicago’s award-winning Blue Plate Catering. That’s not all – every participant receives the following, a $67 value:

  • Signature Brunch ($30 value; check out our eight-entree menu here!)
  • On-Course Gourmet Surprises
  • Ice-Cold Beer from Revolution Brewing at the Finish (must be 21 years of age or older)
  • Mimosa Bar (must be 21 years of age or older)
  • Technical T-Shirt (gender specific)
  • Commemorative Medal

This year, we’re honoring those who are impacted most by Imerman Angels. Join us for this can’t-miss event where you can get involved with our mission and help us honor our Mentees and Mentor Angels! Your participation will support our FREE one-on-one cancer support services.

Join us so no one faces cancer alone!

As a special offer, use coupon code EARLYBIRD19 to get $10 off! Coupon expires March 8th at 11:59 pm. (Because the Virtual Participant and youth rates are already discounted, coupon codes only apply to in-person adult participants).

Where: Chicago Lakefront

June 8, 2019

Ready, Set, Brunch! – Imerman Angels Brunch Run 5K & Walk

Registration for the annual Imerman Angels Brunch Run 5K & Walk is now open! Bring your friends and family out to Montrose Harbor, Chicago, on June 8th for a fun 5K run or walk, one mile walk, five-star brunch, mimosas, beer and more as we celebrate our mission to ensure that no one faces cancer alone!

This year we’re honoring our Mentees and Mentor Angels with special amenities to thank them for being the most important part of the Imerman Angels family. If you’re a Mentee or Mentor AngelCLICK HERE to learn more about your special amenities. YOU are the guests of honor!

Register before March 12 and use code INSIDER for $10 off your full price 5K Run & Walk entry!

Where: Montrose Harbor
Location: 601 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60613

June 11, 2019

National Latino Education Institute’s 47th Annual Dinner & Silent Auction

Where: Union League Club
Location: 65 W Jackson Blvd., Chicago IL 60604

June 23, 2019

Glenview Take Steps Walk for Crohn’s Disease

Stand together for hope and walk together for cures, for the approximately 3.1 million Americans living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, incurable digestive diseases. The Crohn’s and colitis foundation’s take steps event will connect you with other patients and families in the community through a day long fundraising celebration. To learn how you can make a difference and to find an event near you, visit

Where: Gallery Park in The Glen
Location: Glenview, IL