Tony Martinez, President and CEO of the Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation, delivered a check recently in the amount of $10,000.
Holly, the program manager at Sojourner House, learned recently that one of the children living there was about to celebrate her birthday.
Our 27th PADS Emergency Shelter season is off to a strong start, but we need more volunteers!
Andrew had been homeless for more than three years before he became the first resident at Sojourner House. His 72 year life story includes many ‘ups’ and ‘downs', from a business running antique shows, to owning a private plane and a vacation home in New Zealand, to financial decline and the eventual loss of his home.
Upcoming Volunteer Shelter Training Dates:
Are you looking for an opportunity to make a real difference in the community? Do you want to gain new skills and experiences? Are you passionate about empowering in your community?
Check out our Annual Report, an overview of how we're “DOING WHAT IT TAKES” to end homelessness in west suburban Cook County.
New PADS Shelter site to open.