Ten ways we're giving back

May 1, 2019

This year, Chuhak & Tecson’s Women Helping Women program (WHW) is celebrating its 10th anniversary by giving back to the Chicagoland community through an effort titled, 10 Ways to Give Back.

In tribute to our clients, friends and nearly 20 community service partners since 2009, we have launched a year-long service initiative benefitting 10 different organizations in need. Check back throughout the year for updates to our service project list!

10 Ways to Give Back

Pacific Garden Mission (January)

Pacific Garden Mission meets physical, emotional and spiritual needs of homeless and hurting men, women and children. Learn more about Pacific Garden Mission.

Misericordia — Candy Days (April)

Misericordia provides housing and support services to more than 600 children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities. Learn more about Misericordia.

Chicago Bar Association — Wills for Heroes (May)

Since 2001, Wills for Heroes participants have prepared thousands of estate planning documents for Chicagoland police officers, firefighters and first responders.

Chicago Lights Urban Farm (June)

Chicago Lights provides hope and opportunity to our city’s children, youth, and adults who face the challenges of poverty. Through supportive relationships and diverse programs, learn how Chicago Lights empowers people to thrive.

Volunteers of America of Illinois — Operation Backpack (July)

Providing hundreds of Chicagoland students with backpacks filled with school supplies, VOA of IL helps children get their year started off right.

Jewish United Fund — Chanukah Coat Club (August)

A gift of $18 to JUF’s Chanukah Coat Club provides a local child in need a warm, new coat and accessories to brave harsh winters.

Chicago Volunteer Legal Services – Race Judicata (September)

Race Judicata is a 5K Run/Walk benefiting Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation in a mission to ensure that the law works for everyone.

Gigi’s Playhouse (September)

To see a world where individuals with Down Syndrome are accepted and embraced in their families, schools and communities, Gigi’s Playhouse delivers free educational, therapeutic-based and career development through a replicable playhouse model.

Magdalene House Chicago (October)

Seeking an end to a culture that allows human beings to be bought and sold, Magdalene House Chicago nurtures change for women who have survived and are in recovery from abuse, sex trafficking, prostitution and addiction.

Volunteers of America of Illinois — Holiday Wishes (December)

Providing gifts during the holidays to the children served in its foster care program and to children of veterans its serves, VOA of Illinois ensures that over 300 children have something to unwrap and open during the holiday season.

Note: Dates are subject to change.