Holiday Gift Drive

Holiday Gift Drive 2019

As the holidays approach, so many things swirl around us, but the simple message of the season is love.  It is a smile or simple gesture.  Every act of kindness builds on another to bring about positive change.  For many of our clients, receiving messages of encouragement and gifts of support can be the reminder they need to keep moving forward.  It is the hope that says together we are able to cope with life’s challenges and overcome.  It has been said,

“Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things, but just look at what they can do when they stick together.”

~ Anonymous

In the spirit of the season, we invite you to join together with us at the Crisis Center in sending a message of love and hope to our clients.  Please consider donating individually, as a family, an organization/company or through a group.  Your gifts let our clients know that people have a place in their heart for them and that they are not alone.

There are two programs you can participate in:

1.  Holiday Gift Drive– To participate in this program, purchase items off our enclosed Holiday Wishes list for families in our counseling and court programs, drop them off at the Tinley Park Public Library by Sun. Dec. 8th.

2.  Adopt-a-Family – To participate in this program, contact Janice at (708) 429-7255 or jbarry@crisisctr.org to receive information for the families in our transitional and residential programs. 

In partnership with the Crisis Center, the Tinley Park Public Library will set collection boxes for us just inside their front doors under the donor wall until December 8th. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity so that we may wrap and distribute gifts to our clients in a timely manner.

Location and hours are:

Tinley Park Public Library
7851 Timber Drive
SE corner of 80th Ave & Timber Dr

Monday-Friday 9am to 9pm
Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 12 noon to 5pm

Through your generosity, the lives of many women and children have been touched and changed in a positive way.

Crisis Center for South Suburbia