Jarrod came to Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center because his full-time nurse had taken inappropriate photos of him. Jarrod has special needs and requires full-time care, and his nurse had taken advantage of his and his family’s trust. From... Read more →
Another joy-filled Kids’ Holiday Party on the books! Thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers and donors for giving our families a chance to celebrate, exchange gifts and have fun.
In preparation for our Kids’ Holiday Party this weekend, volunteers spent evenings at the center this week sorting thousands of donated toys, games, clothes and other gifts for our clients and their siblings. THANK YOU to everyone who helps make this party happen, from individual donors, to corporate toy collection sites to our volunteers! We and our clients are grateful for your support!
Hundreds of men and women joined us for the 8th annual Guys’ Night Out for the Kids on Thursday, October 1, 2015 at Kaiser Tiger. In all, the event raised more than $150,000 to support ChicagoCAC and the families we serve. Photos are courtesy of Sooz Main.
Our friends at C+R Research provide year-round support for ChicagoCAC and the children and families we serve. Their team hosts internal fundraisers, donates to our backpack and toy drives, sponsors our fundraising events and, most recently, helped us weed our… Read More
Our Spirit Squad knows how to throw a party! For our annual staff and partner BBQ, we took the afternoon off to relax and celebrate the opening of our new addition, complete with a bags tournament and dessert… Read More
On Thursday, June 18, 2015, hundreds of ChicagoCAC supporters joined us to officially dedicate our new 18,000-square-foot addition. Special guests included Chicago’s First Lady Ms. Amy Rule, Public Building Commission Executive Director Felicia Davis, Holabird & Root Architect… Read More
On Thursday, May 7, 2015, supporters joined ChicagoCAC for the inaugural Luminary Award Dinner, raising funds for the center and honoring Alderman Edward M. Burke and Justice Anne M. Burke for their efforts to light the path toward… Read More