21st CENTURY COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGIES FOR YOUR NONPROFIT Nonprofit Directors and Communications Officers, please join the VC — and 2 industry heavy-hitters — for breakfast and a highly motivational training program designed to help you build effective marketing and communications strategies for your nonprofit. This will be a thought-provoking workshop that will also be a valuable…
Some of our nonprofit representatives celebrate over 7,000 items donated to 16 local nonprofits during Make A Difference Day 2012!
Many of our nonprofits offered volunteer opportunities during the holidays…and many volunteers generously offered their time and talents. Here’s to a healthy and giving 2014 for all of our Volunteer Center supporters.
The holidays are particularly challenging for low-income and homeless families — but you can help. Any individual, family or group is invited to fill either cloth or paper bags, or a small boxes, with healthy groceries from the list provided, then drop them off between 10am and noon on Thanksgiving morning at Good News Partners in Rogers Park. Although there is no contact with residents due to the pandemic, it’s still a meaningful way to make a difference to those in need, and it’s guaranteed to set the tone for a thankful day in a very challenging time. Reservations are not required, just drive up with your donations and volunteers and staff will take your generous donations from your car. Continue reading for more details, and the list of items needed. Happy Thanksgiving!
Many nonprofits are looking for volunteers and support during the holidays. Click here to find ways you can help make a difference. We’ll be adding to this list as we learn of new opportunities — so watch for updates! If you’re a nonprofit partner seeking help with your holiday programs, make sure to send us your opportunities and we’ll add them to our list. Happy Holidays from the Volunteer Center!
The Coronavirus Pandemic is challenging all of us in ways we never imagined. But there are those in our community who are particularly challenged to maintain their health and well-being — and Nonprofits still on the front lines continue to serve those in need. Lonely and homebound senior citizens, low income individuals and families, people with disabilities — all are struggling. Even in this time of isolation and fear, there are plenty of ways we can all be good neighbors. Continue reading to see how you can make a difference. As always, we are grateful for our committed volunteers, and we will continue to update this list as we identify new, safe ways to serve. Stay safe and be smart everyone!