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CFE Mailing Party-a-Go-Go
Mon, Dec 1 5:30pm
Chicago Foundation for Education
Chicago

JUST ADDED You Are Invited to Esperanza's Mailing Party!
Thu, Dec 4 6:00pm
Esperanza Community Services
Chicago

Help Feed Chicagoland's Hungry! Food Repacking at the GCFD
Sat, Dec 6 9:00am
Chicago Food Depository
Chicago

Lincoln Park Zoo Lights Festival - Day 1
Sun, Dec 7 4:45pm
Lincoln Park Zoo
Chicago

Be on TV and take calls for the WTTW11 Pledge Drive!
Tue, Dec 9 6:15pm
WTTW Channel 11 Studio
Chicago

Help Our Hungry Neighbors at the Market Pantry in Ravenswood!
Sat, Dec 13 8:00am
Ravenswood Elementary School
Chicago

Lincoln Park Zoo Lights Festival - Day 2
Sun, Dec 14 4:45pm
Lincoln Park Zoo
Chicago

DAY 1 - Envelope Stuffing with NPH USA
Tue, Dec 16 5:30pm
NPH USA
Chicago

Holiday Trivia Happy Hour
Wed, Dec 17 7:00pm
Old Town Pour House
Chicago

Event Name:
Keep the Kids Running- Prepare Lessons and Coaches' Supplies for Girls on the Run!
Location: Girls on the Run
Address: 1415 N Dayton , Suite 112 (2nd Floor), Chicago, IL 60642 (map)
Date: Mon, April 8th    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Staff:
Manager: Wilson C (email) Coordinator: Kelly G
(RSVP)  
Description:

There's always work to be done at Girls on The Run and the One Brick team is ready to assist. Come join us as we lend a hand towards the efforts of this great organization. Wear comfortable clothes and be ready to feel good while making it haapen for the GOTR team.
Girls on the Run has over 100 programs at various schools across the Chicagoland area. Coaches are equipped with a Rubbermaid bin containing everything they will need for their season. 
We will create the program supply bins needed for the upcoming season!


Other Info: All One Brick volunteers must be 21 years of age or older.

Organization: Girls on the Run - Chicago

Girls on the Run is a life-changing, experiential learning program for girls age eight to thirteen years old. The programs combine training for a 3.1 mile running event with self-esteem enhancing, uplifting workouts. The goals of the programs are to encourage positive emotional, social, mental, spiritual and physical development. To learn more, please visit their website at www.gotrchicago.org

Driving: I-90/94 to exit 48B/North Ave. Head east on North Ave., then south on Dayton.

Transit: Red Line to North/Clybourn, then south on Dayton Halsted bus to Evergreen, then west one block North bus to Halsted, then south to Evergreen and west one block
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