Social service agencies make cases for funding
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 Nov 2006, p. 14


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Newspaper
Item Type:
Articles
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New Trier Township advisory committees are hearing from representatives of social service agencies that want township funds in the coming fiscal year. Comments by supervisor Patricia B. Cantor. Last year New Trier Township trustees awarded $968,500 in grants to 40 programs that serve township residents. Agencies that have already made presentations include Family Services of Glencoe, Family Services of Winnetka, YWCA, Josselyn Center, SHORE, Lambs Farm, LINKS, Glencoe Junior High Project, the Safe Harbour Emergency Shelter Program, Interfaith Housing Center, Meals at Home, Volunteer Center, Be-HIV, WilPower, Glenkirk and Children's Advocacy Center. Presentations slated for tonight include North Shore Snior Center, Family Services of Wilmette, and Seniors Action Service Inc. On Tuesday, presentations are scheduled by Winnetka Youth Organization, Glencoe Youth Services, Special Gifts Theatre, HAVEN Youth and Famly Services, Warming House Youth Center, Youth Connection. On Nov. 29 presentations are schueduled for Center for Enriched Living, PEER Services, and Clearbrook.

Date of Publication:
16 Nov 2006
Corporate Name(s):
New Trier Township
Local identifier:
Wilmette.News.285649
Language of Item:
English
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Social service agencies make cases for funding