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District Office:

1812 Waukegan Road

Suite C

Glenview, IL 60025

(847) 729-9300

Board Office:

118 N Clark Street

Room 567

Chicago, IL 60602

(312) 603-4932

Be a Helper

Updated: Mar 27

If you're at home, there are still a range of opportunities for you to continue to support your neighbors. As Governor JB Pritzker reiterated in his Thursday press conference, grocery stores and pharmacies across the state will remain open. It's important we get what we need, but not more than we can use. At the same time, in the 14th District we always have neighbors who worry about where they will sleep and how they will get their next meal.

*Please note: under Gov. Pritzker's EO 2020-10, nonprofit social service organizations and their staff and volunteers are considered an essential services. Please practice social distancing, hand washing, and cleaning commonly used services.*

Here are some small ways you can help your neighbors meet their basic needs:

1) WINGS: Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence: You can find the critical needs list here.

Drop off or ship donations to P.O. Box 95615, Palatine, IL 60095. You can also call: (847) 519-7820

2) Journeys: The Road Home: Monetary donations are the most needed at this time to meet the unique needs this situation brings, in additional to small space heaters. Other items needed are small denomination gift cards for client needs, cleaning supplies, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, bottled water and kitchen supplies listed on the JOURNEYS Amazon Wishlist.

3) Northfield Township Food Pantry: You can find the pantry's food needs list here.

Drop off donations at 2550 Waukegan Rd Ste 100 , Glenview, IL 60025. You can also call: (847) 724-8300 x26

The pantry is also still taking volunteers, you can sign up here.

4) Meals on Wheels of Northeast Illinois: Meals on Wheels is seeking donations of hand sanitizer, you can read more here. You can also make a donation here.

5) Northwest Compass: You can find that pantry's wishlist here. In addition you can make a monetary donation for eviction prevention, crisis housing needs and purchasing food on discounted price

For more, please contact

6) Palatine Township Food Pantry: You can find the pantry's food needs list here.

Drop off donations at 721 S. Quentin Road, Palatine, IL 60067. You can also call: 847-358-6700

7) Wheeling Township Food Pantry: You can find the pantry's food needs list here.

Drop off donations at 1616 N. Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights, IL 60004. You can also call: 847-259-7730

8) Donate Blood at Glenbrook Hospital: If you're feeling healthy, you can donate blood to ensure that our hospitals have enough blood available for patients. Glenbrook Hospital has blood donation hours Tuesday-Thursday from 8am-3pm. Additional precautions are being taken to ensure the safety of donors.

9) Home of the Sparrow: This resource for women and children experiencing homelessness has been part of the community since 1987. Currently, the organization is in need of monetary donations, and items off of the shelter wish list.

10) Serve Illinois: A statewide resource for those who are healthy and looking for a way to give back to the community.

11) Illinois COVID Response Fund: Gov. Pritzker along with the United Way of Illinois have established a coordinated donation fund for Illinoisans.