Lincoln Park Zoo, Shedd Aquarium Require Staff, Volunteers Be Vaccinated“We vehemently believe in following the science. It is our responsibility not only to provide a safe space for one another, but the guests we welcome to the zoo each day and the animals in our care.”
Chicago Seniors Give 'A Spoonful Of Hope' To Those In The Community Who Need Meals"We would be starving. That's why I come every week. So I can eat."
'A Lot Of Tarping And Boarding': With Rain Coming, Naperville Residents Cover Damaged Homes"We'll be here to help the people no matter what the weather."
'They're Angels To Me': Volunteers Help Naperville Homeowners Clean Up After The Tornado"They're amazing people with a heart of gold helping a stranger."
'Taking Care Of Each Other': Volunteers Clear Snow For Chicago's Seniors And The Disabled“If you’re shoveling and you’re able to shovel your sidewalk, check on your neighbors and see if there’s a senior on your block that you can help."
Nonprofit Build-A-Bed-Kankakee, Assembles Furniture Items For Needy Children In IllinoisThose who need beds register online on Sleep in Heavenly Peace's website.
St. Sabina Donates And Distributes Christmas Meals With The Help Of Black Owned Businesses, VolunteersIt's the second event they've done like this in the last week alone.
Volunteers Step In To Help After Bronzeville Business Is LootedWe’ve seen shattered windows and stolen merchandise amid the unrest in Chicago in recent days, but we’re also seeing people come together to help communities rebuild.
Bronzeville Business Owners Devastated After Being Targeted By LootersThe owner of a South Side business said he stood guard at his store trying to deter looters, but then it became too much.
Helping Chicago's Hungry For The 9/11 Day Of ServiceKnown as a national day of service, several thousand volunteers are making their way through Union Station, not to take a train, but to line up and put together bags of food for the hungry.
Preparing For The Thanksgiving Day ParadeGiant five-story inflatable balloons will take over the parade route, much to the delight of thousands of children who can't get enough of the larger-than-life cartoon characters floating through the Loop.