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Two orientation sessions have been scheduled for new volunteers in the Emergency Shelter.
The hunt is your team ready? Tickets are now on sale for PADS’ first scavenger hunt, taking place in downtown Chicago on October 18th.
West Suburban PADS' AmeriCorps members spent the evening of September 11th serving dinner to the officers of the Maywood Police Department, in recognition of their service as the community's first responders.
If you're looking for an easy way to help our housed clients, Jewel-Osco is running a promotion now through December 26th that awards one Saver Stamp for every $10 spent, redeemable for Cuisinart Cookware.
The Community Nurse Health Association in LaGrange receives grant funding which allows them to provide dental care to PADS’ clients free of charge, satisfying one of the top three unmet needs for homeless individuals.
West Suburban PADS announced today the launch of an Associate Board, comprised of an innovative group of young professionals who are committed to furthering the friend-raising and fundraising efforts...
Local author Janet Nolan & the Magic Tree Bookstore have generously agreed to team up for an event to benefit West Suburban PADS.
The hot news at West Suburban PADS today is our new Associate Board, a group of innovative young professionals who are enthusiastic about the opportunity to lead friend-raising and fund-raising initiatives and broaden their personal and professional networks, while supporting our mission.
The summer Transitional Shelter is coming to a close, and we are happy to report that it was one of the most productive summers in recent memory. With five nights of shelter left before the regular season begins, we have served 62 people.
We transitioned so many people into our Open Door Housing program in the 10 months since we launched it, we anticipate reaching capacity (83 people in 65 apartments) by the end of next year - a full six months ahead of plan.
Meet Brandon. He was homeless for 12 years, bouncing from shelter to shelter, couch to couch. Brandon struggles with a myriad of health issues, and he is legally blind, which makes it very hard to get — and keep — a job. You may have seen him around town washing windows when the weather allows. Our Outreach & Engagement team met him living on the streets.
The Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County today announced the appointment of Lynda Schueler, Executive Director of West Suburban PADS, to a one-year term as chair of its board of directors.