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  • Nicole Basil, 9, of WIlmette, donated her bike to Chicago's Jane Addams Hull House Association
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Nov 2008, Section Cover, p. 1     Story p.5...
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Nov 2008, Section Cover, p. 1   Story p.5...
  • Bands battle for good cause
    Newspaper  Ken Goze, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 17 Apr 2008, p. 9     Local teen musicians helped raise money to fight cancer in a competition Friday at Wilmette's Warming House youth center. The event raised about $300 toward the organization's target of $1,000 destined for the New Trier Relay for Life event on June 13. Comments by Cynthia Ducette, Warming House director. The ...
    Newspaper  Ken Goze, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 17 Apr 2008, p. 9   Local teen musicians helped raise money to fight cancer in a competition Friday at Wilmette's Warming House youth center. The event raised about $300 toward the organization's target of $1,000 ...
  • UNICEF raises $450,000 for child survival
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 22 May 2008, D3     The U.S> Fund for UNICEF, Midwest Region raised more than $450,000 at the Message of Hope gala on April 12 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Chicago. Photograph Lori and John Twombly of Kenilworth; Jill and Jerome Peraud of Glencoe; Becca and Tom Marks of Lake Forest; Rommy Lopat and John ...
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 22 May 2008, D3   The U.S> Fund for UNICEF, Midwest Region raised more than $450,000 at the Message of Hope gala on April 12 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Chicago. Photograph Lori and John ...
  • Mitzvah to Mississippi: Deerfield couple helps rebuild homes for Katrina victims
    NewspaperImageText  Robert Shmikler, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Jun 2008, A1, A2     Full article available at Wilmette Public Library.
    NewspaperImageText  Robert Shmikler, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Jun 2008, A1, A2   Full article available at Wilmette Public Library.
  • Locals help poor children in Ecuador
    Newspaper  Lynn Sanders, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 23 Oct 2008, p. 108     A group of thirty-one volunteers traveled to Ecuador on a program called Causes for Change International in July. The purpose was to provide free medical and dental services to poor children who had never had help before. Volunteers included Lynn, Joel and Andrew Sanders of Highland Park, with Jack Fuller ...
    Newspaper  Lynn Sanders, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 23 Oct 2008, p. 108   A group of thirty-one volunteers traveled to Ecuador on a program called Causes for Change International in July. The purpose was to provide free medical and dental services to poor ...
  • Great giveaways: Local kids seek more meaningful celebrations by helping others
    Newspaper  J. T. Morand, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 30 Oct 2008, A1, A2     Young people in the northern suburbs are part of a developing trend of those wanting to do something for others instead of accepting money or gifts for themselves on otheir birthdays, b'nei mitzvah, holidays and other special occasions. Photograph Riverwoods' Gwenna Heidkamp age 11; Sadie Chuckas, age 11 of Evanston; ...
    Newspaper  J. T. Morand, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 30 Oct 2008, A1, A2   Young people in the northern suburbs are part of a developing trend of those wanting to do something for others instead of accepting money or gifts for themselves on otheir ...
  • McLaughlin opens studio for five non-profit groups
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Nov 2008, D15     Designer Mary McLaughlin is opening her studio, McLaughlin Glazeware, Inc. to five non-profit organizations this weekend. Visitor swill be given a tour of the studio at 1750 Harding Road in Northfield. Participating groups include Hadley School for the Blind, The North Shore Board of Northwestern University Settlement House, the Junior ...
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Nov 2008, D15   Designer Mary McLaughlin is opening her studio, McLaughlin Glazeware, Inc. to five non-profit organizations this weekend. Visitor swill be given a tour of the studio at 1750 Harding Road in ...
  • Bands jam for a good cause
    Newspaper  Ken Goze, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Nov 2008, p. 5     Local teen bands used a Friday night concert at Wilmette's Warming House center in Howard Park to raise money for United Way. ...
    Newspaper  Ken Goze, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Nov 2008, p. 5   Local teen bands used a Friday night concert at Wilmette's Warming House center in Howard Park to raise money for United Way. ...
  • Area skaters pitch in to help those in need
    Newspaper  Irv Leavitt, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Nov 2008, p. 9     Art Slovis, vice president of the Northbrook Bluehawks, encouraged team members to turn the annual Wishbone Tournament into a charity event for area food pantries. Suggestions for donations needed at the pantries. Photograph Northbrook Bluehawks teammates collecting for the Northfield and New Trier Township food pantries with resident John Goldcamp...
    Newspaper  Irv Leavitt, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Nov 2008, p. 9   Art Slovis, vice president of the Northbrook Bluehawks, encouraged team members to turn the annual Wishbone Tournament into a charity event for area food pantries. Suggestions for donations needed at ...
  • Students raise money for Guatemalan children
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 Dec 2008, p. 6     Two high school sophomores hosted a "Music for Guatemala" fundraiser Sunday at Glencoe Union Church to purchase musical instruments for a Central American orphanage they both visited as part of their church's youth outreach program. Donations totaled close to $2,5000. The students are Jessie Rooth, 15, of Highland Park High ...
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 Dec 2008, p. 6   Two high school sophomores hosted a "Music for Guatemala" fundraiser Sunday at Glencoe Union Church to purchase musical instruments for a Central American orphanage they both visited as part of ...
  • Pre-Hanukkah event takes on added meaning
    Newspaper  Ken Goze, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 18 Dec 2008, p. 5     Members of Chai Center Chabad of Wilmette assembled a giant menorah on Sunday morning using 600 cans of food collected for donation as part of a pre-Hanukkah event called "Yes We Can." This year the terror attacks in Mumbai were the impulse to teach children about the symbolism of the ...
    Newspaper  Ken Goze, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 18 Dec 2008, p. 5   Members of Chai Center Chabad of Wilmette assembled a giant menorah on Sunday morning using 600 cans of food collected for donation as part of a pre-Hanukkah event called "Yes ...
  • Wristbands for a cause: Youth and adults get message out wearing jewelry with a meaning
    Newspaper  J. T. Morand, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Mar 2008, A1, A11     Organizations trying to raise awareness of various issues hand out or sell rubber wristbands engraved with messages. Local organizations also are using the idea such as "Life is Precious" bands worn by friends of Jessica Savin, a New Trier High School who died last year. Comments by student Allison Peters. ...
    Newspaper  J. T. Morand, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Mar 2008, A1, A11   Organizations trying to raise awareness of various issues hand out or sell rubber wristbands engraved with messages. Local organizations also are using the idea such as "Life is Precious" bands ...
  • Churches draw teens together over world hunger issues
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 4 Dec 2008, p. 107     Teenagers from North Shore churches took part in a canned food drive and a program on hunger at the Winnetka Covenant Church in Wilmette Nov. 16. Photgraph Cailin Watts, Julia Paine, Katie Stern, Christine Buettgen, Emily Thomas, Jon Fogel, Billy T. Rivi...
    Newspaper  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 4 Dec 2008, p. 107   Teenagers from North Shore churches took part in a canned food drive and a program on hunger at the Winnetka Covenant Church in Wilmette Nov. 16. Photgraph Cailin Watts, Julia ...
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