Chuhak & Tecson employees promote dignity through community service projects

July 6, 2012

Legal Assistant Tracy Bulow volunteered at Plymouth Place Retirement Community with other Chuhak & Tecson employees on June 9. The activity served as one of Chuhak & Tecson’s "25 Ways of Giving Back," a yearlong community service initiative celebrating the firm’s 25th anniversary.


The month of June marked the halfway point in Chuhak & Tecson, P.C.’s yearlong community service initiative, “25 Ways to Give Back.” Chuhak & Tecson employees and their families volunteered at several area organizations committed to improving the quality of life for individuals.

Event Partner: Plymouth Place Senior Living Community

On June 9, 20 Chuhak & Tecson attorneys, staff and family members spent the morning volunteering at Plymouth Place Senior Living Community, located in La Grange Park. Volunteers talked with residents, called bingo numbers and assisted participants with completing their bingo cards. Each resident received a prize provided by the firm.

Plymouth Place is a not for profit senior living community that has been providing quality care to residents since 1947. Their mission is to ensure that older adults retain their dignity at all ages. To find out more about Plymouth Place, visit

Event Partner: Grace House

Chuhak & Tecson employees participated in the Alliance for Women Everywhere’s 13th annual day of service on June 22. The firm was assigned to Grace House, an organization that provides interim housing for women exiting the Illinois prison system. Chuhak & Tecson attorneys and staff painted the interior of Grace House and planted flowers along the path leading to the house to welcome residents as they embark on new beginnings.

Grace House provides interim housing, emotional support and professional counseling to women leaving the Illinois prison system. The women elect to stay at Grace House voluntarily and work with staff and volunteers to become more empowered to lead lives with dignity. Learn more about Grace House at

Event Partner: My Brother’s Kitchen

Chuhak & Tecson held a bake sale and an ice cream social in June to raise funds for My Brother’s Kitchen, a family-run organization that serves meals to the less fortunate. Between the two events, Chuhak & Tecson employees donated $925 to the organization. That amount enables My Brother’s Kitchen to serve patrons for a month.

Located in Chicago, My Brother’s Kitchen was founded by brothers Frank and Pete Vito. Since its founding in 2003, both brothers have passed away, but it is still run today by their family members. To learn more about volunteering at My Brother’s Kitchen, visit My Brother’s Kitchen.