How We Serve
Since 1890, The Service Club of Chicago, an all-volunteer, women's charitable organization, has granted awards which enlarge, improve and initiate new programs for Chicagoland's most worthy 501c(3) organizations.
The Service Club of Chicago presents The Annual Ball
Mary Claire Moll
American Metal Fibers, Inc.
Sherry Lea & Richard S. Holson III
The Knowles Foundation
Guy & Katherine Crane
Laurie & Paul Fischer
Jerry & Marilyn Hayden
Charles & Kristine Kinder
James & Mary Lasky
Ken & Mary Claire Moll
Andy & Betsy Rosenfield
Dr. Jeffrey & Tina Weller
Dr. John Q. Cook, M.D.
Robert & Gayle English
Thomas & Darby Hills
Richard & Diane Weinberg
CANINE THERAPY CORPS
Our camp is for children with physical disabilities who are participating in physical therapy, and takes place in July and August, when summer is typically hottest. Without the fan Service Club of Chicago purchased for us, the heat would have made it impossible to host these wonderful kids at our facility. Thanks to the fan, everyone had a wonderful time… Read more “CANINE THERAPY CORPS”
Irving Park Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church
Now that our bathrooms have been renovated and reconfigured, our Gym / Community Center is open to all people, regardless of their physical ability. Thanks to the Service Club, we’ve added handicapped accessible stalls and showers. The building is used every day by all different kinds of people: little children in our after school and scouting programs, older people improving… Read more “Irving Park Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church”
Our Lady of Tepeyac Elementary
Our Lady of Tepeyac Elementary is grateful for The Service Club of Chicago’s grant to cover the cost of repairing our security system. Having a working security system gives parents, teachers & staff peace of mind and helps us focus on educating our children which is the heart of our mission. We would not have been able to make this… Read more “Our Lady of Tepeyac Elementary”
Our Service Club grant funded books that have been used in classrooms and in our home visiting program. For the classrooms, teachers were able to add to bilingual and special needs books to their library for children to have access to books in their primary language. For the home visiting program, the books have been supporting home language of the… Read more “El Valor”
House of the Good Shepherd Chicago
Thanks to the Service Club of Chicago, our residents, staff and volunteers enjoy the comfort of a new, fully functioning HVAC system for the busiest area in our domestic violence shelter. The new system is fantastic. The installation timing was perfect with the summer being so exceptionally hot and humid. And the system kept our reception area warm throughout the… Read more “House of the Good Shepherd Chicago”
Have Dreams is grateful to the Service Club of Chicago for the generous grant awarded to our organization serving individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Technology devices are effective tools for individuals with ASD because they deliver information visually, the manner in which individuals with autism best learn and process information. The iPads, MacBook, Dell Laptops, and Projectors have benefited our… Read more “Have Dreams”
The Service Club supported Intonation Music with funding to upgrade our office technology, which was in dire condition. The purchase of new computers has been transformational and critical to every need we have–be it communication with our students, partners, parents, completing payroll, or writing grants. We are so grateful for the support!
Community Support Services
The Service Club of Chicago provided funding for Community Support Services (CSS) this year. Your generous gift funded a new roof for a group residential home in Brookfield, Illinois. This is the forever home to five gentlemen with disabilities that are able to live in the community thanks to support provided by CSS.
As you can see, our children are really enjoying all the gym and obstacle course equipment provided by the Service Club.