Shefali Trivedi,Giving DuPage discusses how donating blood or volunteering at a food pantry all makes a big difference. The Do Good DuPage campaign hopes to have 150,000 volunteer and their website aids in volunteer connections.
The newly redeveloped Theater on the Lake complex boasts The Lakefront Restaurant & the Skyline Patio, available for private rentals & public events. This new venue is a collaboration partnership with Lakefront Hospitality Group & the Chicago Park Dist.
10% of the population has one of two types of diabetes. Type 2 grows during your life and is mostly based on diet. Diabetes Food Hub is a website where people can find guidance and healthy recipes for help planning their diet.
Fresh food & diet affects children's learning & behavior. Providing gardening education & maintenance to over 23,000 students this year, schools also enjoy their fresh bounty. The Annual gala in September will help to continue to grow
Girls, ages 9-18 can become confident leaders in their communities. Ladies of Virtue matches participants with highly successful mentors and prepares them for leadership through college readiness and career preparation.
Steve Litteral, Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum discusses this Swiss chalet home showcasing an amazing collection of artifacts & original items set up as house was in 1865. Children can learn about cultural differences & experience living history at the muse
Leslie Hairston, City of Chicago discusses new developments in the ward including the Obama Presidential Center slated for 2021 which will be an international tourist destination. There is also a new golf course and trauma center planned.
Ann Wasser, Severson Dells Nature Center discusses the centers field trips, hikes, programs, lectures & camps. Engaging visitors with hands on, minds on learning will help to understand and love & conserve wild areas.