This Giving Tuesday, we’d like to highlight some of the amazing partners we support throughout the year. We’re proud to partner with organizations big and small to support the mental and physical health of our communities. If you’re looking for causes to donate to this Giving Tuesday, please consider supporting our remarkable nonprofit partners who strive to uplift communities, provide nourishing meals for the hungry, improve animal welfare, comfort those in distress, and enhance healthcare for those in need.
We are thankful for Nourishing Hope, a Chicago-based pantry that is renowned for being one of the largest, most reputable, and longest-running food pantries in the city. They offer food, mental wellness counseling, and other social services to individuals in need across the city. You can learn more and donate here.
We encourage everyone to check out The Ark. For more than 50 years, they have been offering free, all-inclusive services to the large and diverse Jewish community in Chicagoland. Their compassionate and proficient team works closely with Jewish individuals who are dealing with financial, employment, medical, and emotional challenges. You can learn more and donate here.
Greater Chicago Food Depository
We appreciate the work of The Greater Chicago Food Depository and its mission to end hunger by connecting our neighbors with healthy food, lifting voices, and advancing solutions that address the root causes of hunger—poverty, systemic inequity, and structural racism. You can learn more and donate here.
One of our favorite animal welfare charities is PAWS, which is a no-kill shelter and pet adoption agency based in Chicago. “Once safe at PAWS Chicago, every pet is treated as an individual and guaranteed life, no matter where they come from and what they need.” You can learn more and donate here.
Friends of Prentice
We value the work done by Friends of Prentice. They partner with Northwestern Medicine Prentice Women’s Hospital to improve women’s healthcare through investments in emerging technologies and medical advancements. You can learn more and donate here.
Here is a longer list of additional partner organizations we love, support, and encourage you to check out if you have a little extra to give this holiday season:
OEMC – Chicago Office of Emergency Management & Communications (OEMC), tasked with finding resources to help with the growing migrant crisis
DCASE – The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) supports artists and cultural organizations, invests in the creative economy, and expands access and participation in the arts throughout Chicago’s 77 neighborhoods