Because we enjoy staying active in our local communities, we volunteer our services to a variety of good causes. If you want to learn more about our volunteer work, call us at (630) 966-8100.
We’re proud to partner with the following organizations:
DuPage Habitat was founded in 1995 by Dick and Florence Nogaj as a registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, and a local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical, Christian movement dedicated to building and selling homes in partnership with limited-income, hard-working families. Governed by a local volunteer board of directors, DuPage Habitat lowers homebuilding costs by relying primarily on volunteer time to build and renovate homes, to run many of our critical operations and to provide supportive services to our partner families. Since 1995, DuPage Habitat has partnered with the community to build and serve over 100 families in DuPage County. Their goal is to serve an additional 26 families this fiscal year.
Naomi’s House is a ministry of The Moody Church in DuPage County. It is a residential home for women who have suffered sexual exploitation and trafficking. Our home, which is scheduled to open in 2016, will offer hope and healing through our comprehensive, therapeutic, Christ-centered program. When we realized that each year as many as 24,000 women and girls are being sexually exploited in the Chicago area, we knew that inaction wasn’t an option. So, we began planning Naomi’s House, and now our home is close to opening. This home will offer a safe place for these women, and while they are with us, they will have the opportunity to learn life skills and job skills to prepare them for a productive life, as well as give them much unconditional love and counsel, to help set them free from the trauma of their past.
The Angelman Syndrome Foundation’s mission is to advance the awareness and treatment of Angelman syndrome through education and information, research, and support for individuals with Angelman syndrome, their families, and other concerned parties. We exist to give all of them a reason to smile, with the ultimate goal of finding a cure. We are pleased to report that our organization is in the best financial condition in its history; has marshaled the assistance of a diverse group of world-class researchers; is funding cutting-edge research, and is committed to addressing the needs of its members.
Outreach Community Ministries is a family of faith-based, community service organizations serving DuPage County. Services include case management, counseling, youth development programs, transitional housing programs, older adult programs, employment training, and community development.