Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Our regular volunteer, Bernie R., shared his thoughts with us on why he volunteers with #hsp. Bernie drives 2 hours just to volunteer with us every week; he's a huge help, a hard worker, and a joy to be around. He often brings us snacks, and he always brings smiles and laughter to us. We cannot thank Bernie and all of our other volunteers enough for all of their support; we couldn't serve the number of clients we do without them!
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Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Happy Tuesday, everyone! We hope you all had a relaxing, fun Labor day yesterday! HSP would like to take this time to remind you to GO ORANGE on this Thursday, September 8th, which is National Go Orange Day for Hunger Action Month! Go Orange to raise awareness about the hunger our community faces and take action to help end it. Be sure to send us your photos or tag us in them so we can all take part in National Go Orange Day together!
We also wanted to share a FUNdraising idea to help you take action against hunger with HSP: Keep track if the amount your household spends on groceries in one week, and donate this amount, or a percentage of this amount, to HSP to help us feed our hungry neighbors. Don't forget to challenge your friends to do the same thing!
Posted by HSP at 3:21 PM
Friday, September 2, 2016
Happy Friday, everyone! For our Friday Staff Spotlight, we're featuring our Volunteer and Operations Coordinator, Bridget! Bridget said that if she had to go hungry, she wouldn't be able to concentrate on what she's reading or listening to. Bridget is an avid reader and jazz listener, so she understands the importance of how an empty stomach can negatively effect not only your concentration, but also your ability to learn! Help us take action against hunger this September by sending us your own #HAM testimonials!
Posted by HSP at 3:17 PM
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Happy Hunger Action Month, otherwise known as HAM! All month long, HSP will be representing HAM through a variety of activities on all of our social media, especially Instagram! We'll be giving you fundraising ideas, donation ideas, and the thing we're all really excited about: highlighting staff and volunteers on how they're taking action to help end hunger! You'll be seeing a lot of these plates over the coming month, and we invite you to send us your own testimonial so we can feature it on here, or make your own plate and tag us in your photo! If you aren't the outgoing type, a simple way for you to take action against hunger is to wear orange, HAM'S color, all month long to bring awareness to food insecurity. Help us take action against hunger and raise awareness for the hunger that affects DuPage and Kane counties this September!
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
HSP recently received a generous donation from the Just Energy Foundation to help support children enrolled in our programs. Thanks to their support kids will receive nutritional support through our Feed the Kids program when subsidized meals are unavailable. When birthdays roll around, these low-income children will be very excited to have a fantastic birthday box to celebrate their special day with their families. Thank you to the Just Energy Foundation for ensuring kids with have both their basic and emotional needs met.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Today HSP was excited to be invited to attend a meeting of the St. Charles Kiwanis Club. The St. Charles Kiwanis Club has been sponsoring children in our Children’s Birthday Project since 2009, and renewed their support at the meeting today. HSP’s Executive Director Kristin had the opportunity to speak with the group about how their support has enabled us to make a difference in the lives of the children served through this program. We wish to thank the St. Charles Kiwanis Club for their continued support!
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Monday, August 29, 2016
HSP’s Bowling Event is just a month away! Join the HSP crew for a night of fun, bowling, and food at Fox Bowl in Wheaton! The event will take place from 6-9 p.m. on September 29th! All funds raised from the event will help us feed low-income seniors, children, and families in DuPage and Kane. Please come out for a night of fun while helping us make a difference for those in need! You can purchase tickets by clicking “participate as an individual” here: https://www.classy.org/wheaton/events/hsp-bowling-strike-against-hunger/e88398.
Posted by HSP at 11:28 AM
Friday, August 26, 2016
Yesterday, HSP was excited to send school supplies off to three schools with high populations of low-income students. Our volunteer, Bill Fehling, delivered a van load of supplies to Beaupre, Gates, and Oak Park Elementary Schools in Aurora. Each of these schools has over 90% of their student body coming from low-income families. The supplies we’ve sent to these schools will be distributed to these students, so that they have the supplies they need to succeed this school year.
HSP was able to make this difference for these children, thanks to everyone who supported our School Supply Drive this year. We will distribute supplies to additional schools in different parts of our service area in the coming weeks, so stayed tuned!
Posted by HSP at 10:52 AM
Thursday, August 25, 2016
HSP is currently running an endowment campaign to add a new senior to our Senior Citizen Project. This program provides healthy groceries every month to low-income seniors who cannot afford the groceries they need to live a healthy life. Our generous friends at Allured Business Media have agreed to match any donations to this program up to $7,500. If we are successful in raising this endowment, the senior will be added to our program in perpetuity. No further funding will ever be needed, and the senior will never have to worry where his or her next meal will come from. Please help us make this huge difference in the life of a low-income senior. You can donate to the campaign here: https://www.classy.org/campaign/senior-citizen-endowment-matching-campaign/c90272.
Posted by HSP at 10:18 AM
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
HSP would like to thank the Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva’s (UUSG) “Do-Gooders Club” for volunteering yesterday morning. The group spent two hours in our warehouse sorting non-perishable food for the low-income senior citizens in our Senior Citizen Project. The Do-Gooders Club and the rest of the UUSG have been longtime friends of HSP, and participated in a number of service projects for the sake of the senior citizens, children, and families we serve. We wish to thank them for this support!
Posted by HSP at 11:55 AM
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
HSP is very excited to announce that we will be holding our second, annual Bowling Event this year on September 29th! This event will be an evening of fun, food, a raffle, and, of course, bowling! This year the event is coinciding with Hunger Action Month. All of the funds raised by the event will be used to provide nutritious food for local, low-income seniors, children, and families suffering from food insecurity.
At the event we will be “Scotch Bowling,” a partner event where pairs take turns bowling. If you don’t have a partner who can attend, don’t worry, we can pair you up with a partner at the event. Please consider joining HSP for this fun event, to raise funds for our cause! You can purchase tickets for the event here: https://www.classy.org/wheaton/events/hsp-bowling-strike-against-hunger/e88398
When: Thursday September 29, 2016 from 6-9pm
Where: Fox Bowl in Wheaton: 1101 Butterfield Rd, Wheaton, IL 60189
Price: $25 per person; raffle tickets $5
Why: Have a great time with the HSP team, while fighting hunger.
Feel free to contact HSP with any questions: 630-221-8340 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by HSP at 11:13 AM
Monday, August 22, 2016
Last week, HSP bid farewell to the final member of our summer intern team, Natalie Sherburne. Natalie spent the summer helping HSP with a myriad of projects to help HSP serve the low-income senior citizens, children, and families who rely on our programs. Natalie brought with her to HSP a heart ready to serve, dedicated professionalism, and gads of creativity. We wish to thank Natalie for all she did for HSP, and wish her well as she moves on to new exciting chapters in her education.
Friday, August 19, 2016
Today, HSP sends a huge thank you to a group of volunteers from UPS Supply Chain Solutions in Carol Stream. This group volunteers with us every month to sort fresh produce and bread before our monthly Delivery Day. Because of their efforts, 133 seniors will receive nutritious food tomorrow through our Senior Citizen Program. HSP is so thankful for this group because without them, our program would not be possible!
Posted by HSP at 1:22 PM
Thursday, August 18, 2016
HSP had a great time this past weekend at the Cruisin’ Tigers GTO Club “Indian Uprising Car Show”. HSP had the honor of being one of the chosen charities of the event. The club generously donated $2,500 raised from the event for the low-income children who rely on HSP’s programs for vital nutrition and other support. We wish to thank the Cruisin’ Tigers for inviting HSP to this wonderful event, and for their generous donation.
Posted by HSP at 3:19 PM
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Please take a look at this article about HSP's current Senior Citizen Endowment Campaign: http://goo.gl/HpZ9IC! We are currently raising funds to add a new senior to our Senior Citizen Project, and our friends at Allured Business Media are generously matching donations. You can see more info on the campaign here: https://www.classy.org/…/senior-citizen-endowment-ma…/c90272.
Posted by HSP at 4:09 PM
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
HSP would like to thank our friends at Divine Savior Parish for a wonderful food donation for the seniors who rely on our Senior Citizen Project for vital nutrition. Every two months, the parishioners at Divine Savior collect food to be donated to HSP. This month what they collected filled an SUV.
HSP distributes over six tons of nutritious groceries to the 133 seniors enrolled in our Senior Citizen Project every month, so HSP wishes to thank Divine Savior for their continual assistance in helping to make this possible.
Posted by HSP at 2:46 PM
Monday, August 15, 2016
HSP is excited to announce that we are running a donation campaign to add a new senior into our Senior Citizen Project (SCP)! This campaign is being run thanks to the generosity of our friends at Allured Business Media, who will be matching donations up to $7,500 for this campaign. This is the fifth consecutive year that Allured has helped HSP by sponsoring a campaign. The goal of this campaign is to create a $16,000 endowment to permanently enroll a new senior in the Senior Citizen Project. This endowment will provide a monthly grocery delivery to a senior for life, no further funding will ever be necessary! The campaign will run from today, August 15th, until October 14th, 2016. The 133 seniors enrolled in SCP receive nutritious groceries on a monthly basis as well as other essential items they need. You can donate to the campaign online here: https://www.classy.org/campaign/senior-citizen-endowment-matching-campaign/c90272 or contact HSP for more info 630-221-8340.
Friday, August 12, 2016
This week, HSP is excited to have fulfilled two more “wishes of wisdom” for our seniors. The Wishes of Wisdom project, launched this summer, aims to enrich the lives of seniors in our Senior Citizen Project by providing them with gifts and experiences. Earlier this week, a senior was gifted a power lift chair to increase her mobility. Today, another senior will receive a table and chairs so that she will be able to enjoy meals with her grandchildren. HSP is thrilled to have the opportunity to grant the wishes of our seniors, and we can’t wait to see the impact this project will have in the future!
Posted by HSP at 12:02 PM
Thursday, August 11, 2016
If you’re looking for a fun, local event to attend this weekend, look no further than the 26th Annual Indian Uprising GTO Car Show sponsored by the Cruisin’ Tigers GTO Club. The club has chosen HSP as one of the charities that will receive a portion of the event’s revenue. A few of HSP’s team members will even be manning a booth, and we are excited to be a part of this wonderful tradition. The event will be held at Pheasant Run in St. Charles from 8:00-9:00 on Saturday and 8:00-3:00 on Sunday, so come visit us and enjoy the car show!
Posted by HSP at 11:45 AM
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
HSP would like to thank our friends at Lions Clubs International in Oak Brook for supporting our School Supply Drive. The office ran the drive for two weeks, and collected a great deal of amazing supplies for low-income children. Our volunteer Mike Reich went and picked up this donation yesterday.
While the local Back to School Fairs have ended, HSP will continue collecting supplies to be sent directly to local schools with high populations of low-income students once school begins. In this way, thanks to donors like Lions Clubs International, we will ensure many children throughout our area will have the supplies they need to succeed this coming school year.
Posted by HSP at 10:53 AM
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
HSP would like to thank our friends at Philadelphia Insurance for a wonderful donation of party supplies for the kids enrolled in our Children’s Birthday Project. Last week the group donated 20 bags of party supplies that will be used to provide exciting birthdays to low-income children. We wish to thank them for their amazing support!
Monday, August 8, 2016
HSP would like to thank the employees of Water Quality Association in Lisle for collecting food, paper products, and school supplies for the seniors, children, and families served by our programs. Representatives from the group dropped off their donation last week. With HSP having just delivered over 27 tons of groceries to low-income families this summer through our Feed the Kids program, it is great to receive a wonderful drive like this to help us restock food for the seniors and families who rely on HSP for nutritional support!
Friday, August 5, 2016
Yesterday from 1-4pm, HSP hosted 9 students from Midwestern University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine. The students spent time in the warehouse sorting non-perishables and bread for our Senior Citizen Project. For the third year in a row, the university has made this volunteer event a part of their new student orientation. We would like to thank the students from Midwestern University for their hard work and wish them good luck in the new school year!
Thursday, August 4, 2016
This week, HSP has had to bid goodbye to two of the amazing members of our summer intern team, Mel Cherry and Kathleen Barry. These two have spent a majority of the summer making a huge impact in the lives of the seniors, children, and families enrolled in HSP’s programs, and we want to take the opportunity today to recognize their contributions.
Mel was the first summer intern to join HSP in May. Mel spent her time at HSP assisting us with a myriad of projects including communicating with our clients, spreading the word about HSP’s School Supply Drive, and much more.
Kathy spent her time at HSP helping us get our new “Wishes of Wisdom” program up and running. Through this new program, HSP has been able to further serve some of the seniors enrolled in our Senior Citizen Project by granting “wishes” for special items, or events, to enrich their lives.
Both Mel and Kathy have made their mark around HSP, and we will miss them both. Please join us in thanking them for all they did for the sake of the seniors, children, and families we serve.
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Today was an exciting day at HSP, as we held the final grocery distribution of our summertime Feed the Kids program. Today, 100 low-income families received a grocery package full of nutritious produce, frozen meat, bread, non-perishables, and other groceries! Throughout the summer, HSP has distributed approximately 27 tons of nutritious groceries to the families enrolled in our Feed the Kids program. We want to thank all of the volunteers who came and helped make this possible!
Tuesday, August 2, 2016
Today is a busy and exciting day at Humanitarian Service Project; we are preparing for our final Feed the Kids day and making our second school supply delivery! Throughout the summer, HSP has been collecting school supplies to give to DuPage and Kane counties for their Back to School fairs. This supply drive serves over 3,000 children in our community every year. We’ve received so many wonderful donations from organizations and individuals, and are extremely grateful for the generosity of our donors.
HSP would also like to thank a group of regular volunteers from UPS. As long time supporters of HSP, they volunteer frequently to help us sort produce and other goods for our programs. Today they are volunteering their morning to sort produce for our final FTK food distribution day, which is tomorrow. Our 2016 Feed the Kids has been successful and impactful, and this wouldn’t be possible without the help of volunteers like UPS.
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Monday, August 1, 2016
HSP would like to thank Combined Insurance for creating and donating Party-In-a-Box kits for our Children’s Birthday Project. During ‘Bring Your Child to Work Day’, parents and children put together these boxes that will be distributed to children in need to help them have a happy birthday. Combined Insurance is affiliated with Chubb Insurance, a longtime supporter of HSP. We are very grateful for the generosity and continued support from these organizations!
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Friday, July 29, 2016
HSP says goodbye to Luke Jolly, a member of the summer intern team, today. Over the past few months, Luke has worked hard as the PR Intern to keep the public informed about all of HSP’s programs and opportunities. Also, he has been working to put together an event which will be announced soon. We would like to thank Luke for his dedication this summer and wish him the best of luck at college!
(Luke is on the left in this photo)
Posted by HSP at 2:05 PM
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Do you want to get involved in service for your community, but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, with HSP’s new fundraising platform, you can now do whatever you want to serve your community. This new platform allows you to design your own personal fundraising campaign and get your family and friends involved in making a difference in the lives of low income families in Kane and DuPage counties. Run, bike, walk or swim to forge a better birthday for low-income children with our Children’s Birthday Project. Host a game night for your neighbors to sponsor a senior enrolled in the Senior Citizen Project. Challenge your office to a race and see who can raise the most to feed a family in the summer months through our Feed the Kids program. The possibilities are limitless, just like the opportunities that HSP provides to impact your community. Follow the link to start your own campaign and use your boundless creativity, skill and talent to make a better tomorrow for our community.http://www.humanitarianservice.org/getinvolved/index_classy.html
Posted by HSP at 2:13 PM
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
This week, the first of our distributions of school supplies is going out to reach low-income students in the area. Our school supply drive equips over 3,000 local kids with the supplies they need to succeed in school. HSP will continue to distribute through the end of September through education fairs and to local schools in need. Year-round, children receive school supplies in their birthday boxes as well. Thank you to everyone who has already donated—your generosity makes a difference!
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Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Summer is a busy time for HSP, and we are very happy to host many wonderful volunteer groups who help us through our busy seasons. Yesterday, a group of ten volunteers from St. Pius X Catholic Community’s youth group put together packages of bread for the 100 families in our Feed the Kids program. Today, another group of 11 summer interns from Frito-Lay/PepsiCo volunteered their morning to put together packages of meat for the 133 seniors we serve through the Senior Citizen Project. HSP would like to say a huge thank-you to these wonderful groups for volunteering their time and energy to help us prepare for the upcoming distribution days. We couldn’t do all that we do without the help of generous volunteers.
Posted by HSP at 3:47 PM
Monday, July 25, 2016
HSP would like to say a huge thank-you to the McDonald’s Working Mothers Council. Last week, they created and donated 50 “Party-in-a-Bag” kits for our Children’s Birthday Project. Nancy, our Volunteer Outreach Coordinator and Community Outreach Intern, Natalie, were able to represent HSP at the Working Mothers Council meeting last week. This amazing donation will bring smiles and fun to kids on their special day!
Posted by HSP at 4:10 PM
Friday, July 22, 2016
If you’re looking for a fun, family-friendly activity this weekend, consider stopping by Veggie Fest on the grounds of the Science of Spirituality center in Naperville! Veggie Fest is a vegetarian food and lifestyle festival. It will feature over 100 vendor booths, live music, speakers from around the world, and delicious food demos. HSP will be one of the vendors, and we would love for you to stop by, get to know us, and learn about our projects. Admission and parking are both free, so come hungry and ready for a great time!
Posted by HSP at 1:30 PM
Thursday, July 21, 2016
As the week heats up the Humanitarian Service Project (HSP) was glad to again host a “mobile food pantry” with the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry. As the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry is finishing the renovation to its facilities HSP lent out support helping them host a Mobile Food Pantry at our facility. We served 90 individuals and families that came today. We would like to thank the awesome team of volunteers, a team made up of both HSP volunteers and Glen Ellyn Food Pantry volunteers. Again we would like to extend a huge thank you to the awesome Glen Ellyn Food Pantry Staff and the driver from NIFB, we love working with you guys and we look forward to working with you again.
Posted by HSP at 2:40 PM
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Today HSP says farewell to Gabbie Hill, one of the members of our summer intern team. Gabbie has spent the last few months working with HSP as a grant writing intern to find new sources of funding for our projects, and she has been a wonderful person to have around the office. HSP is so thankful for all of Gabbie’s hard work and wishes her good luck for the upcoming school year!
Posted by HSP at 3:07 PM
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
School is just around the corner, and HSP’s annual school supply drive is already underway! Each year, the Humanitarian Service Project collects school supply donations to be distributed to DuPage and Kane county school districts for their Back to School fairs. Low income families in our community participate in these fairs to receive the school supplies their children need. Our School Supply Project reaches more than 3,000 children every year, and we have already received many wonderful donations. If you want to make a donation, it’s not too late! We will be distributing the supplies we collect to the school districts on August 2nd. Donations can be dropped off at our facility at 465 Randy Road, Carol Stream before this date. If you can’t donate before August 2nd, we will continue to collect donations for the rest of the year, and distribute them to children through our Children’s Birthday Project. Thank you to all who have donated - we are excited to see the impact this project will have this year!
Posted by HSP at 2:44 PM
Friday, July 15, 2016
HSP has had several wonderful volunteer groups come to our center this week to donate their time and serve the community! Yesterday, two groups of youth from the Living Out Loud program at St. Petronille and other local parishes boxed nonperishable food items for our Feed the Kids program. This morning, some of our friends from the Dharma Study Group of the Theosophical Society sorted food and helped set up for our School Supply Drive. Also today, a group of UPS volunteers sorted fresh produce and bread that will be delivered to the seniors in our Senior Citizen Project tomorrow. Thank you to all our volunteers for your hard work and commitment to making a difference!
Posted by HSP at 3:03 PM
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Yesterday, HSP received a very wonderful donation from our friends at the Rotary Club of Wheaton. The club generously donated over 1,300 backpacks for underprivileged children as they prepare for school this year! The Rotary Club makes equipping local children with backpacks to return to school in the summer a top priority, and distribute to a number of local agencies including supporting HSP’s own School Supply Drive. We wish to thank this great group for this AMAZING donation!
If you too wish to help HSP provides supplies to deserving children throughout our communities, you can learn how here: http://humanitarianservice.org/flyers/2016/SchoolSupply.pdf
Posted by HSP at 12:11 PM
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
A group of over 20 volunteers from Christ Community Lutheran Church in Columbia, Illinois visited HSP today! As a part of their mission trip in the area, the youth group spent the day sorting and packaging meat and nonperishable food items for the Feed the Kids project, as well as helping to organize the warehouse and taking a tour of HSP’s center. They worked diligently all day, and their efforts will help provide food to local families. Thank you to Christ Community Lutheran Church for your awesome work!
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
The Humanitarian Service Project is excited to share the newest addition to our Senior Citizen Project – a new project called Wishes of Wisdom. This project is designed to enhance the lives of deserving seniors by granting wishes that add value and meaning to their days. Thanks to a generous donation, we were able to fulfill Robert’s dream of receiving a tablet. He was also given a gift card to his favorite restaurant and enjoyed breakfast with two of his favorite staff members, Matt and Allyson. Robert was overjoyed to have his wishes fulfilled, and HSP is excited to see the positive impact this project will have in the future!
Posted by HSP at 3:05 PM
Monday, July 11, 2016
Over the weekend, HSP hosted a special volunteer group for a couple celebrating their wedding shower. Twenty one wonderful volunteers spent the morning putting together non-perishable bags for seniors and making special cleaning supply kits. The couple also used this opportunity to raise funds for the children and seniors we serve through our Senior Citizen and Children’s Birthday projects. We are very grateful to this group for their generosity, and wish Karen and Nathan the best as they approach their wedding in September!
Posted by HSP at 2:41 PM
Friday, July 8, 2016
HSP has a new way for you to do what you love while supporting a great cause. With our new platform, you can design your own personalized campaign and get your friends and family involved to make a difference in the lives of low-income families throughout DuPage and Kane counties! Run, bike, walk, or swim to raise money to provide happier birthdays for local children. Host an event like a game night or concert for your neighbors or coworkers to sponsor a senior in the Senior Citizen Project. Challenge your friends and family to a race and see who can raise the most funds that will provide food for a family in the summer months through our Feed the Kids program. The possibilities are endless, just like the opportunities that HSP provides to impact change in your community. Follow the link to start your own campaign, and use your interests, hobbies, and talents to make a difference! https://www.classy.org/charity/humanitarian-service-project/c28267
Posted by HSP at 1:38 PM
Thursday, July 7, 2016
As the summer of 2016 continues the school year is fast approaching, bringing with it classes, studying and tests. It also, for the Humanitarian Service Project (HSP) brings our annual School Supply Drive closer and closer. HSP provides school supplies for over 3,000 low income children throughout DuPage and Kane Counties. We accomplish this by going through local “Back to School” fairs in early August and providing school supplies in september to schools with high populations of low income students. In order to be able to distribute when the fairs start HSP is currently accepting donations of new backpacks, notebooks, folders, pens, and other school supplies. If you or someone you know is interested in helping these kids you can drop off donations at our office at 465 Randy Road in Carol Stream or you can contact us at 630-221-8340 or if email is more your thing you can reach us at email@example.com
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
As the fireworks die down and July continues the Humanitarian Service Project (HSP) is holding its second Feed the Kids (FTK) distribution day of the summer. During the summer in June, July and August HSP provides over 26 tons of nutritious groceries to 100 low income families. In order, to make this difference for these hard working families HSP is in need of “sponsors”; a donation of $75 for a month or $225 for the summer will enable HSP to combat summertime food insecurity for a local family in need. HSP would like to thank everyone that donated to make this happen so we can continue to provide for the underprivileged families of DuPage and Kane County.
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Tuesday, July 5, 2016
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Friday, July 1, 2016
As the weather heats up and the fireworks are prepped for launch the Humanitarian Service Project would just like to wish everyone a happy Fourth of July, and to remind you that we are closed
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Thursday, June 30, 2016
We at the Humanitarian Service Project wish to remind all of our supporters that the Naperville Exchange Club’s Ribfest opens tomorrow and runs through the 4th! This event features fun for the whole family, and its proceeds go to a number of worthy local charities, including HSP. There will be a lot of great food, music, and exciting activities, so we encourage any of our supporters who are looking for something to do this weekend to head over to Ribfest. You can learn more about the event here: http://www.ribfest.net/.
Posted by HSP at 2:15 PM
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Time is running out to support HSP team members Kristin and Allyson in their campaign to provide nutritional support and happy birthdays for low-income children! Kristin and Allyson both celebrated their own birthdays in the month of June. Instead of gifts for themselves, they generously requested that their friends and family donate to their campaign in order to supply gifts for children in HSP’s Children’s Birthday Program. They are already more than halfway to their goal, so visit their campaign at https://www.classy.org/fundraise?fcid=697201 to donate, wish them a happy birthday, and help provide a happier birthday for kids in need!
Posted by HSP at 11:42 AM