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LCN is collecting new, unwrapped toys for children up to the age of 18 years old who are confronting homelessness. Unwrapped gifts and gift cards can be dropped off at:
La Casa Norte-Main Office
3533 W. North Avenue, Chicago
All toys and donation should be in by December 16th
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JOIN Co-Captains Karen Berardi and Jessica Rodriguez along with the LA CASA NORTE RUNNING TEAM TODAY! As a team member, you’ll not only accomplish a personal milestone, but also enjoy a network of individuals dedicated to providing homes for our community and treating all with the dignity and respect that we deserve.
As you can imagine, providing a home is only one step towards a stable and healthy lifestyle for families and youth experiencing homelessness. That’s why we ask each team member to commit to raising a minimum of $1,000 for La Casa Norte. With your fundraising dollars, we hope to provide not only homes, but furniture, food, clothing, employment services and so much more. We will give you your own personalized online fundraising web page and with the ongoing support from team members, we imagine this feat will not be difficult to meet.
If you’re already registered for the Chicago Marathon and would like to join the La Casa Norte Running Team, please contact us!
Call 773-276-4900 ext. 212 or email Jessica Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senator Durbin toured the Humboldt Park community and chose to drop by and meet with some of our youth to learn more about the challenges that many homeless youth confront as they search for stability. The Senator spent time learning about our organization from our executive director, Sol Flores, co-founder, Keith Decker, board president, Harry Zander, and vice president, Andrea Conklin Bueschel board members Pat Hitchens Bonow, Jeanette A Colyvas, Todd Connor along with La Casa Norte’s leadership team.
Senator Durbin expressed his passion and commitment to ending homelessness for all youth, families and Veterans in Illinois.
Sol was honored as a leader who has made a significant difference in the way their communities combat homelessness among children and youth.
I am thrilled to be honored by President Obama and the White House for our work with homeless youth and I share this award along-side our incredible founders, board, staff, donors and volunteers.
- Sol A. Flores, Founding Executive Director
Along with Sol, La Casa Norte is being recognized for innovation, excellence and significance in helping homeless youth. Co-Founder, Keith Decker and Sol Flores attended the event, Champions of Change: Ending Child and Youth Homelessness at the White House with other leaders in the fight against youth homelessness. Honorees and government officials discussed policies and best practices to help the population of young people living on the streets and in shelters.
Attendees were also featured on the White House website.