The Junior Council is a group of young professionals living in and around the Chicagoland area.
Our membership ranges in a variety of professional backgrounds, pooling our resources and talents to support our jointed interest in helping to raise awareness and funds to support our cause: supporting the Adolescent and Pediatric AIDS & HIV Programs at Children’s Memorial Hospital.
The Heart of our Operation
The Junior Council supports the Pediatric and Adolescent HIV and AIDS programs of Children’s Memorial Hospital.
Established in 1987 by Dr. Ram Yogev and Dr. Ellen Chadwick, The CMH HIV and AIDS Program cares for more children and adolescents than any other pediatric HIV service in the region.
Our mission is to support the clinic and ensure all children with HIV/AIDS, regardless or their ability to pay, have access to high-quality pediatric healthcare.
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Women of Vision presents Share the Light 2009 ~ Spring Benefit Auction and Dinner to Benefit Children Around the World
Friday Evening, April 24, 2009
This event will take place in Portland’s Historic Governor Hotel.
Featuring Special Guests:
World Vision President Rich Stearns
The fiddle-genius of David Klinkenberg
Mike Donahue of KOIN Local News 6 as Master of Ceremonies
Holly Resnick of Fox 12 as Announcer
We invite you to help us bring hope to children in need by coming, hosting a table, volunteering, or donating goods or services to our 9th Annual Spring Benefit Auction to be held Friday, April 24, 2009, at the Governor Hotel in downtown Portland. We expect over 350 guests to join us that evening for dinner and exciting silent and live auctions.
Women of Vision is a volunteer ministry of World Vision that unites Christian women called to invest their time, intellect, compassion, creativity, and finances so impoverished women and children might find hope and experience a tangible expression of God’s love.
Women of Vision
Lanning Art Gallery brings summer art camp to kids~
“All kids need art in their lives”, says gallery owner, Peggy Lanning, “even in these trying times.”
And that is the goal of her charity fundraiser, to expose children who normally would not be introduced to the art world. They plan 1-week and 2-week camps for elementary school children but during the summer when there’s more time for them to learn something new outside reading, writing and arithmetic. Peggy celebrates her gallery’s 22nd anniversary, representing national and international artists and their fine art and looks forward to sharing them with the children.