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HandsOn Suburban Chicago Featured in Daily Herald Posts

2016 August 4

HandsOn Suburban Chicago was recently featured in two posts on the Daily Herald website. Follow the links below to learn more about the organization and the amazing volunteers working to improve our community:

7/25/2016 – HandsOn Suburban Chicago links volunteers with those in need

It all started in a box.

In the 1960’s, local activist Lois Moore began filling a recipe box with the names of friends and neighbors who were interested in volunteering, but unsure of where to go.

As that box began to overflow, Moore worked with the Arlington Heights Clergy Fellowship to found the Volunteer Service Bureau of Northwest Cook County, a clearinghouse for volunteer opportunities.


7/25/2016 – A closer look at people who volunteer

Seven Senior Corps-RSVP members were given special recognition in April at the HandsOn Suburban Chicago Celebration of Service breakfast at the Metropolis in Arlington Heights.


A volunteer works on a bench during a Make a Difference Day event at Jane Addams Elementary School.Photo Credit: Joe Lewnard | Daily Herald Staff Photographer October 2015


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