Serving Those in Need
Mothers Trust Foundation
Mothers Trust provides immediate assistance to low-income children in Lake County during times of crisis.
Our support of the foundation funds the work with social workers and school counselors to help children and
their families with tangible necessities, such as school uniforms and clothing, shoes, car seats, eyeglasses,
summer camp fees, extracurricular expenses, and other items beyond reach for families struggling to make ends meet.
Angel Tree Program
Every holiday season, our employees purchase and wrap gifts for children and adults in need.
Our 2020 community partner was A Safe Place,
an organization transforming lives after domestic violence and human trafficking in Lake County.
Rosalind Franklin University Health Clinics
We fund the clinic's Community Care Connection, a mobile health vehicle that travels throughout Lake County offering a variety of free screenings.
Due to COVID-19, they have pivoted and are offering COVID-19 testing and vaccinations.
Erie HealthReach Waukegan Health Center
The center provides affordable health care and bilingual service in Waukegan, where a significant portion of residents speak Spanish.
Dental services are also offered for children and expecting mothers.
United Way of Lake County's 211 program
As key funders since United Way of Lake County developed this program, 211 is a free, confidential, 24-hour information
and referral helpline connecting individuals and families in need with access to available health and human services.
Northern Illinois Food Bank
Provides nutritious food and resources in 13 counties in northern Illinois. Our support of the organization helps them
provide 250,000 meals a day through a network of nearly 1,000 volunteers.