Miracle on Taylor Street Holiday Gift Drive
Monday, November 18, 2019
Miracle on Taylor Street, UI Health's annual employee gift drive, has been modified this year for the safety of our staff and community partners.
Though we are not able to collect gifts this year, the organizations we support through Miracle on Taylor Street need monetary support to continue to serve our communities through these challenging times. The COVID-19 pandemic is further impacting many issues that affect the underserved and less fortunate, including food insecurity, transportation, housing, and unemployment. This year, due to COVID, families might need a holiday dinner or basic household needs. Donations will help the organizations bring the holiday spirit and make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate served by our Miracle on Taylor Street partner organizations. Their needs are great during this time. Any contribution is greatly appreciated and makes a difference.
Note: please type "Miracle on Taylor" in the notes/comments field when you submit your donation.
2020 Miracle on Taylor Street Organizations
Chinese American Service League (CASL)
CASL's programs connect Chicago's Chinese community with a variety of support services.
Missionaries of Charity
The Missionaries of Charity Chicago soup kitchen serves homeless individuals every day but Thursday, and the sisters share their convents whenever possible as shelters or maternity homes.
Mujeres Latinas en Acción
Mujeres Latinas en Acción's Family Rehabilitation Fund supports services designed specifically for Spanish-speaking, predominantly immigrant families.
Neopolitan Light House
Neopolitan Light House supports the safety, emotional, educational, and practical needs of abused women and their children.
New Hope Apartments
The New Hope Apartments program provides rapid rehousing and case management services for homeless families with children.
Teresa's (Deborah's Place)
Deborah's Place provides access to affordable and appropriate housing, adequate healthcare, regular income, and positive social supports for women who experience chronic homelessness.
These organizations are not affiliated with and not endorsed by UI Health. Clicking on a link below will direct you to the third-party organization's website, and any donations made will be processed by and made directly to the organization.