Chicago Wolves Charities

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Charitable causes are near and dear to the Chicago Wolves organization and fans. Here are our charities of choice.

  • A Silver Lining Foundation

    The mission of A Silver Lining Foundation is to ensure dignified, respectful and equal access to quality cancer education and services for all by creating meaningful partnerships with community, advocacy and healthcare organizations.

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  • Alzheimer’s Association Greater Illinois Chapter

    The Alzheimer's Association's vision is a world without Alzheimer's disease. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease and all dementia forms through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

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  • American Liver Foundation

    The American Liver Foundation's mission is to facilitate, advocate and promote education, support and research for the prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease.

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  • Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation

    Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation is a national organization whose mission is to eliminate pediatric cancer and to provide hope and support to those who are touched by it.

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  • Community Health Charities

    The mission of Community Health Charities is to provide every employee the opportunity to support medical research, health education and patient services through charitable giving in the workplace. Our goal is to offer employers and individuals the convenience of "one-stop" health support, but with the ability to direct donations to the specific member health charities that you want to support. Contributions are used for research, patient services, and education.

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  • Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago

    In response to our communities, Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago provides comprehensive services for individuals with disabilities (or other special needs) and their families to improve quality of life and maximize independence.

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  • Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago

    The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago is a not-for-profit serving 43 counties and offering counseling, advocacy and educational services to people with epilepsy, their families, and the communities in which they live.

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  • Facing Forward To End Homelessness

    Facing Forward to End Homelessness ends homelessness for families and individuals by offering hope, help and housing. Facing Forward provides permanent housing, education, advocacy, and social services.

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  • Food Allergy Research & Education

    Our mission is to raise public awareness, to provide advocacy and education, and to advance research on behalf of all those affected by food allergies and anaphylaxis. Click here for facts about food allergies.

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  • Girls In The Game

    Girls in the Game provides and promotes sports and fitness opportunities, nutrition and health education and leadership development to enhance the overall health and well-being of girls. Since 1995, Girls in the Game, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, has emerged as a leading girls health and fitness organization in Chicago. Every year, Girls in the Game empowers more than 3,000 girls to make healthier choices and develop the confidence and leadership skills they need to succeed on and off the field.

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  • Helping from Heaven

    Helping From Heaven is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit foundation dedicated to improving the comfort and quality of life for children with special needs. This will be accomplished by providing education, therapy and playground equipment, therapy toys, resources, and scholarships for families and therapists in need of financial assistance and/or community support.

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  • Imerman Angels

    The mission of Imerman Angels is to provide personalized connections that enable 1-on-1 support among cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers. These relationships provide hope and comfort from someone uniquely familiar with the experience.Ê

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  • Laurus Foundation

    The mission of the foundation is to advance the lives of individuals with disabilities by facilitating, collaborating, and partnering with other organizations to provide long-term solutions to meet life long needs. The goal of the foundation is to bring together those organizations that are pioneering, developing, or exploring the latest advancements in the fields of technology assistance, communications, health, healing, nutrition and rehabilitative services for individuals with disabilities. We have a passion for helping those who have served our country in the military regardless of whether their injury or disability is service-related.

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  • Little Heroes Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation

    Little Heroes Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation, formerly known as Friends for Steven, is a 501 (c)(3) non-for-profit, all-volunteer foundation devoted to funding pediatric cancer research. It is affiliated with Lurie Children's Hospital and Comer Children's Hospital.

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  • Special Olympics Illinois

    Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics provides continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

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  • Spinal Cord Injury Association of Illinois

    Spinal Cord Injury Association of Illinois (formerly NSCIA, Illinois Chapter) is a not-for-profit information and support resource for people paralyzed by spinal cord injury. It also helps their families as well as the health care and related professionals that serve the SCI community full stop.

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  • Sue Duncan Children’s Center

    The Sue Duncan Children's Center is an after-school mentoring and tutoring program that serves children from some of Chicago's most impoverished neighborhoods. The Center's mission is to serve as a child's safe haven, where staff work closely to strengthen core academic skills while also developing self-esteem, respect for others and a sense of hope.

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  • Tuesday’s Child

    Tuesday's Child helps parents establish and maintain strong, positive relationships with their children from the earliest stages and helps children, especially those at risk for failure, to enter school ready to learn.

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  • Willow House

    Willow House is a social service organization dedicated to helping children, teens, families and communities who are coping with death and dying. Services include support groups, educational resources and referrals, community outreach and special programs and workshops. These programs are community-based so they are easily accessible and foster peer support and interaction among the bereaved within the comfort and familiarity of their community.

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