Whether we are volunteering at a local event, serving on committees or providing financial support, FNBC Bank & Trust is proud to partner with a variety of local, not-for-profit organizations that bring people together and create opportunities for our local communities to grow and thrive, including:
Helping Hand offers person-centered programs and services that enhance the lives of children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. You can learn more about their School for Children with Autism, Outpatient Clinic, High School Transition, Adult Day Services, Residential Living, Employment Services and Aging Program by visiting hhcenter.org.
Everyone deserves a home. BEDS Plus Care provides emergency services, including overnight shelter, housing assistance, and homelessness prevention to make sure everyone has a chance to find their way home. For over 30 years, BEDS Plus has worked to reduce and end homelessness throughout Southwest Suburban Cook County.
Pillars Community Health is a nonprofit provider of health and social services including Medical, Dental, Mental Health and Addictions, Domestic and Sexual Violence, and more. The agency’s vision is to help all people access the care they need, when they need it. Learn more at www.PillarsCommunityHealth.org or call 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277).
Misericordia Heart of Mercy, located on a 31-acre campus in the Roger’s Park neighborhood of Chicago, is home to over 600 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, while also providing programs for over 200 families in the Outreach Program. Misericordia has become a national model, providing a full continuum of care, as well as offering residential placement, employment opportunities, and therapy and recreational programs. Through our dedicated families, employees, volunteers, supporters and community networks, we offer an environment that fosters each person’s independence, spirituality, dignity, respect, and quality of life.
Sharing life with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through a full continuum of care.