The shared history between the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago and the Service Club of Chicago spans more than a century, originating from the altruism and philanthropy of women, each equally focused on service to Chicagoland’s less fortunate. In 1911, Infant Welfare was stationing a series of “milk stations” across Chicago to reverse high rates of infant mortality, and the Service Club of Chicago was poised to launch the “Club Revue,” a series of original skits designed to generate philanthropic support. More than 100 years later, the Service Club generously provided Infant Welfare Society of Chicago with a fetal monitor, enabling Infant Welfare’s Angel Harvey Family Health Center medical staff to perform non-stress tests on pregnant women. The Infant Welfare experience with the Service Club of Chicago has been exceedingly positive. The opportunity to present and share our work and specific needs with a committed, dedicated, prepared, and thoughtful group of volunteers was wonderful. IWS staffers were impressed by the quality of discussion and excited about the partnership potential. Infant Welfare Society of Chicago stands shoulder to shoulder with the Service Club of Chicago – in the City of Big Shoulders –finding shared strength in the service rendered to a community in need. Infant Welfare Society of Chicago’s Board of Directors, Leadership, Staff and Patients remain eternally grateful for the generous support and partnership offered by the Service Club of Chicago.