Help EYPN Support Salvation Army Angel Tree Program

angel-tree-6This year EYPN is partnering with the Elgin Salvation Army on the organization’s annual Angel Tree program to help spread joy and cheer to the less fortunate during the holidays.

At our next EYPN meeting on Tuesday, October 27 at Dog’s Paw Brewing, 74 S. Grove Avenue in downtown Elgin, you can pick up an Angel Tag, which represents the holiday wish of an area youth. If you are unable to make the 10/27 meeting, you can also contact Elissa Kojzarek at ekojzarek@uwelgin.org to have an Angel Tag sent to you.

Participants should then purchase the item listed on the tag and bring it to the November EYPN meeting on Thursday, November 19.

Let’s make 2015 a warm and joyous holiday experience!

Elgin Home for the Holidays: Dec 8-14

ehfth14Elgin Home for the Holidays, presented by Elgin Young Professionals Network and Gail Borden Public Library, is in full swing so join us and be sure to add this week’s slate of events from our Elgin area non-profits to your shopping list:

DECEMBER 1-15
Christmas Toy Drive
Boys & Girls Club of Elgin
Donation Drive

Help make the Boys & Girls Club of Elgin holiday celebration a little bit more merry for a child with your donations of unwrapped toys geared for youth between 1st – 12th grade. Donations can be dropped off at the Boys & Girls of Elgin Clubhouse located at 355 Dundee Avenue.  All donations will be distributed to Club Members at our December holiday celebration.

DECEMBER 1-31
Holiday Wish List
Elgin Area Chamber
Donation Drive

Many area non-profit organizations are in need of essential, basic necessities from office supplies to equipment while others could benefit from financial donations or simply the gift of your volunteer service. You can find a complete list of items needed as well as the organizations in need by visiting the Elgin Area Chamber office, 31 S. Grove Avenue in downtown Elgin, during regular business hours. You can also contact them at (847) 741-5660 for more information.

DECEMBER 10
EYPN Cash Mob at Tinsel Pop-Up Shop
Tinsel Pop-Up Shop, 13 Douglas Avenue, 2nd Floor

4-9PM
Free Event

This year’s Tinsel Pop-Up Shop will feature multiple vendors and artisans offering unique handmade crafts and other holiday gift ideas and décor and Elgin Young Professional Network is asking interested Cash Mobsters to join them from 4-9pm and spend at least $20 to support the local businesses. Soulful Sparrow, 10 Douglas Avenue, and Elgin Knit Works, 8 Douglas Avenue, will also be open across the street that evening to fulfill all of your holiday shopping needs. As an additional Christmas bonus, Solo restaurant and wine bar will offer an exclusive Holiday Wine Tasting – taste 15 different wines for only $15 – as well as discounted appetizers to all participating EYPN Cash Mobsters from 5:30-8:30pm.

DECEMBER 11
Tinsel Time with Dave Herzog’s Marionettes
Gail Borden Public Library
10AM
Free Event

Enjoy Frosty’s Winter Wonderland, a variety show featuring puppets that sing and dance to celebrate the holiday season. Mrs. Claus will join the fun!

DECEMBER 11
Holiday Open House
YWCA Elgin
5PM
Free Event

Please join the YWCA Elgin Board and Staff as we celebrate 113 years in the Elgin community. We look forward to our lobby being packed with friends from near and far who share in the festive spirit of the season, while meeting with neighbors and enjoying the home- baked holiday treats, warm apple cider, holiday music and the YW’s Tree of Thanks!

DECEMBER 11
Downtown Neighborhood Association Annual Holiday Mixer
Martini Room, 161 E. Chicago Street
6PM
Free Event

Celebrate the season as well as another year of service to the downtown Elgin community. This is a cash bar event, however, delicious hors d’oeuvres prepared by Eventastik will be served. RSVP in advance to info@downtownelgin.com.

DECEMBER 13
Christmas Luncheon
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
12PM
Ticketed Event

Enjoy a festive, homemade Christmas luncheon while flower arrangements are being made. The flower arrangements will be auctioned off after lunch. Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased at the church office through December 8th.

DECEMBER 13
Christmas Posada
Gail Borden Public Library
2PM
Free Event

Bring your family and friends for a Christmas celebration ‘posada-style.’ There will be crafts, stories, Mexican punch, candy, and traditional Christmas carols in Spanish with the St. Joseph Church choir. No registration. Meadows Community Rooms.

DECEMBER 13-14
ESO Magical Holiday Concerts featuring Elgin Master Chorale
Elgin Symphony Orchestra at Hemmens Cultural Center
2:30 & 7:30PM – Saturday
2:30PM – Sunday
Ticketed Event

A truly magical experience awaits you at the ESO holiday concerts with the Elgin Master Chorale.  Featuring your favorite holiday music, the concerts are perfect for the whole family.

DECEMBER 13
Live Read Series: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
Side Street Studio Arts

8PM
Ticketed Event

Side Street Studio Arts Live Read Series flips the script, literally on National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. With the help of local artists and actors, we will create live script-reading sessions of this modern American cinema masterpiece. $5 Suggested Donation at the door - $1 from every donation will go to Food for Greater Elgin.

DECEMBER 14
Chanukah Bazaar
Congregation Kneseth Israel

9AM-12PM
Free Event

The annual Chanukah Bazaar features items for sale related to Chanukah and Judaism.

DECEMBER 14
Latke Lunch
Congregation Kneseth Israel
12PM
Ticketed Event

Family lunch featuring traditional latkes (potato pancakes) and hot dogs in celebration of the holiday of Hanukah.  Open to all ages.  Reservations a must. Call 847-741-5656 or go to www.ckielgin.org

Our friends from the Elgin Area Convention & Visitors Bureau want to remind you again that this year you can turn your holiday trip to Elgin into an affordable weekend getaway! Holiday Inn Chicago Northwest ($84 per night) and Hampton Inn Chicago/Elgin ($79 per night) are offering special room rates for the holiday season when you mention “Elgin Home for the Holidays” when you book. Stop in between all the holiday events to recharge, escape from the cold or relax in the pool. Restrictions apply. Not applicable with any other offer or discounts. Based on availability and must call ahead to make reservations.

Elgin Home for the Holidays features 23 area non-profit organizations cross promoting nearly 40 holiday events.

For a list of all 2014 Elgin Home for the Holidays events as well as a complete list of participating Elgin area non-profits, visit www.ElginHomefortheHolidays.com.

Join the Holiday Cash Mob at Tinsel Pop-Up Shop 12/10

felt-handmade-christmas-crafts-holiday-decorations-1Still have stockings to stuff or last minute gifts to grab? Then you need to “join the mob” this holiday shopping season with Elgin Young Professionals Network.

On Wednesday, December 10, EYPN invites you and yours to their Holiday Cash Mob from 4-9pm at the Tinsel Pop-Up Shop, 13 Douglas Avenue, 2nd Floor in downtown Elgin above the brand new Solo restaurant and wine bar.

This year’s Tinsel Pop-Up Shop will feature multiple vendors and artisans offering unique handmade crafts and other holiday gift ideas and décor.

Cash Mobsters are asked to attend and spend at least $20 to support the local businesses. Soulful Sparrow, 10 Douglas Avenue, and Elgin Knit Works, 8 Douglas Avenue, will also be open across the street that evening to fulfill all of your holiday shopping needs.

NEWLY ADDED! As an additional Christmas bonus, Solo restaurant and wine bar will offer an exclusive Holiday Wine Tasting - taste 15 different wines for only $15 – as well as discounted appetizers to all participating EYPN Cash Mobsters from 5:30-8:30pm. Here’s to making your shopping day merry and bright with a Solo wine tasting flight!

EYPN coordinates and promotes these Cash Mobs throughout the year as a way to recognize and support the local businesses that provide Elgin with its character, economic partnerships and genuine customer service.

Be sure to tell your friends and family to join us for a night of shopping small with EYPN in downtown Elgin.

For more information or to RSVP for the EYPN Holiday Cash Mob, visit our EYPN Cash Mob Event Page on Facebook.

EYPN Judging Downtown Elgin Window Wonderland

1441370_10151772149570920_2796441_nOn Saturday, December 6 from 12-5:30pm, the Downtown Neighborhood Association of Elgin presents their 16th Annual Downtown Elgin Window Wonderland holiday event and Elgin Young Professionals Network will play a role.

This year EYPN members Krisilee Murphy, Saul Acevedo, Angela Carlson, Emily Tyler and Jen Crazythunder will all serve as judges for the storefront window decorating contest. Jason Pawlowski and Kari Christensen will also serve as photographers at the Photos with Santa activity at Elgin Public House, 219 E. Chicago Street.

The decorating theme for this year’s Window Wonderland is “Holiday Scenes from the Silver Screen”. There will also be horse drawn carriage rides, Santa’s Crew live reindeer, chestnut roasting and much more. The day will culminate with the City of Elgin’s annual tree lighting at 5pm at 150 Dexter Court.

For more information about the 16th Annual Downtown Elgin Window Wonderland, visit the DNA website at www.DowntownElgin.com or follow Downtown Neighborhood Association of Elgin, IL on Facebook

Holiday Cash Mob at Tinsel Pop-Up Shop

1724549_629572160486398_2458379013185361641_nAs you prepare your holiday shopping for Black Friday and Small Business Saturday this weekend, Elgin Young Professionals Network invites you to join them for their next Cash Mob on Wednesday, December 10 from 4-9pm at the Tinsel Pop-Up Shop, 13 Douglas Avenue, 2nd Floor in downtown Elgin above the new solo Restaurant and Wine Bar. Soulful Sparrow, 10 Douglas Avenue, and Elgin Knit Works, 8 Douglas Avenue, will also be open across the street during this time to fulfill the rest of your holiday shopping needs.

EYPN encourages everyone to “Mob” the Pop-Up Shop as their Cash Mob target this season. Mobbers are asked to go and spend at least $20 to support the local businesses.

EYPN promotes these Cash Mobs as a way to recognize and support the local businesses that provide Elgin with its character, economic partnerships and the real customer service that helps make the unique variety products they sell even better. Just because a big box store is bigger…doesn’t mean they have more to offer than our local small businesses.

Tell your friends and family to join us for a night of shopping small with EYPN in downtown Elgin.

For more information or to RSVP, visit our EYPN Cash Mob Event Page on Facebook.

Elgin Home for the Holidays: Nov 10-16

ehfth14You better not pout or cry because we’ve made a list (and checked it twice) of this week’s Elgin Home for the Holidays events for you to unwrap.

This year’s Elgin Home for the Holidays promotion, co-sponsored by the Elgin Young Professionals Network and Gail Borden Public Library, features 23 area non-profit organizations cross promoting nearly 40 holiday events sure to fill the brisk Elgin air with the warming spirit of the season.

This week’s slate of Elgin Home for the Holidays events includes a roll of the dice to support the efforts of a vital community non-profit, chamber performances by a renowned area youth symphony orchestra, and a Christmas tree auction that can help brighten the lives of those afflicted with mental illness while simultaneously brightening up your home for the holidays:

pads-logoLet the good times roll on Friday, November 14 at 6:30pm at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 330 Griswold Street in Elgin, at the PADS of Elgin Bunco Tournament. Join them for a night of fun and friendly competition. Enjoy two rounds of dice tournament play as well as dinner and soft drinks. Prizes will be given out for most wins, most losses and most Buncos. No experience necessary! Tickets are only $25.

30th-anniversary-logoOn Saturday, November 15 beginning at 9:30am at Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Avenue in Elgin, give the gift of literacy this holiday season. The Literacy Connection’s Volunteer Tutoring takes only 1-2 hours per week to work with adults who need to improve their reading or English skills. You do not need to be a teacher or to speak a foreign language to tutor. You only need to be 18+ years old and able to read, speak and write English. They have 130+ people on their waiting list for a tutor. You could help an adult with limited English discover their full potential and make a profound positive impact on his or her life, resulting in a rewarding experience in your own life.

festoftreesThere’s only a few days left to enjoy the Ecker Center for Mental Health‘s annual Festival of Trees Display at Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Avenue in Elgin. These elegant, charming and fascinating trees will continue to be displayed at the library thru Friday, November 14 at noon and are sponsored by individuals and organizations and decorated by volunteer designers/decorators.

Ecker_Festival_of_Trees_Logo_2014Then on Saturday, November 15 beginning at 5:30pm all of these beautifully decorated trees will be sold to the highest bidders at the annual Festival of Trees Auction at the Marriott Northwest, 4800 Hoffman Blvd. in Hoffman Estates. Enjoy a sparkling evening of fun, exquisite culinary service, live and silent auctions, raffles, prizes, live music and, of course, the stars of the show…the trees! Proceeds benefit the Ecker Center for Mental Health. For more information or to purchase your tickets for the Festival of Trees Auction, visit www.FestofTreesElgin.org.

EYSO_performanceOn Sunday, November 16, Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra performs their annual Chamber Music Institute concerts at Elgin Community College‘s Blizzard Theatre, 1700 Spartan Drive in Elgin, with performances at 1pm, 2:30pm, 4pm and 5:30pm. The concerts feature EYSO students in small chamber ensembles. The event is free and open to the community!

EACContinuing now thru the end of December 2014, the Elgin Area Chamber of Commerce presents its annual Holiday Wish List. Many area non-profit organizations are in need of essential, basic necessities from office supplies to equipment while others could benefit from financial donations or simply the gift of your volunteer service. You can find a complete list of items needed as well as the organizations in need by visiting the Elgin Area Chamber office, 31 S. Grove Avenue in downtown Elgin, during regular business hours. You can also contact them at (847) 741-5660 for more information.

Our friends from the Elgin Area Convention & Visitors Bureau want to remind you again that this year you can turn your holiday trip to Elgin into an affordable weekend getaway! Holiday Inn Chicago Northwest ($84 per night) and Hampton Inn Chicago/Elgin ($79 per night) are offering special room rates for the holiday season when you mention “Elgin Home for the Holidays” when you book. Stop in between all the holiday events to recharge, escape from the cold or relax in the pool. Restrictions apply. Not applicable with any other offer or discounts. Based on availability and must call ahead to make reservations.

We would also like to thank everyone who shared in the holiday cheer at our 2014 Elgin Home for the Holidays Kick-Off event on Saturday, November 14 at Gail Borden Public Library. If you missed the event, please feel free to browse our 2014 Elgin Home for the Holidays Kick-Off Facebook photo album.

Special thanks to:

- Our 2014 Elgin Home for the Holidays co-chairs, Brittany Mitchell and Elaina McCalmont for all of your time, dedication and hard work on this year’s program;

- Elgin Young Professionals Network members Elissa Kojzarek, Christina Pearson, Jason Pawlowski, Kari Christensen, Saul Acevedo and Justin Budd for your volunteer service at the event;

- All of the Gail Borden Public Library staff, lead by EYPN Board Member Stacy Michel;

- All the participating Elgin area non-profit organizations who joined us for our non-profit expo;

- Elgin Children’s Chorus, Elgin Master Chorale, Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra and Heartland Voices for providing the musical entertainment;

- Elgin 360 Photography Club photographer Paul Conarty for manning the holiday photo booth;

- United Way of Elgin for coordinating the Reading with Mrs. Claus activity;

- Jim & Becky’s Horse & Carriage Service for providing the holiday horse drawn carriage rides along the Fox River;

- Brian Fletcher of the Daily Herald for helping promote the kick-off event as well as the November and December calendar of events.

For a complete and detailed listing of all of this year’s Elgin Home for the Holidays events or to find out more about the participating non-profit organizations, visit www.ElginHomefortheHolidays.com.

Elgin Home for the Holidays: Nov. 1-8

ehfth14Once tricks and treats give way to snow covered streets, you know the holidays can’t be far behind. So why not come home for the holidays…to Elgin?

This year’s Elgin Home for the Holidays promotion, co-sponsored by the Elgin Young Professionals Network and Gail Borden Public Library, features 23 area non-profit organizations cross promoting nearly 40 holiday events sure to fill the brisk Elgin air with the warming spirit of the season.

This week’s slate of Elgin Home for the Holidays events include a donation drive, a landmark anniversary celebration, the return of a beloved Elgin Christmas tradition, a holiday concert by one of Elgin’s most treasured performing arts institutions and more:

EYSO_performanceOn Sunday, November 2, Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra opens up the 2014 Elgin Home for the Holidays calendar of events with their Things That Go Bump concert at Elgin Community College‘s Blizzard Theatre, 1700 Spartan Drive in Elgin, with performances at 2pm, 4:30pm and 7:30pm. Things that Go Bump is a concert filled with music of the dark side, featuring works of Dvorak, Saint-Saens, Mussorgsky, and more

EACBeginning Monday, November 3 thru the end of December 2014, the Elgin Area Chamber of Commerce presents its annual Holiday Wish List. Many area non-profit organizations are in need of essential, basic necessities from office supplies to equipment while others could benefit from financial donations or simply the gift of your volunteer service. You can find a complete list of items needed as well as the organizations in need by visiting the Elgin Area Chamber office, 31 S. Grove Avenue in downtown Elgin, during regular business hours. You can also contact them at (847) 741-5660 for more information.

festoftreesAlso beginning Monday, November 3 at Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Avenue in Elgin, Ecker Center for Mental Health presents their annual Festival of Trees Display. These elegant, charming and fascinating trees will be on public display at the library thru Friday, November 14 and are sponsored by individuals and organizations, decorated by volunteer designers/decorators and later sold at the Festival of Trees Auction on Saturday, November 15 at the Marriott Northwest in Hoffman Estates. Proceeds benefit the Ecker Center for Mental Health. For more information or to purchase your tickets for the Festival of Trees Auction, visit www.FestofTreesElgin.org.

Kickoff_HorseCarriageWe will officially launch the 2014 Elgin Home for the Holidays campaign on Saturday, November 8 from 1-4pm at Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Avenue in Elgin, at the Elgin Home for the Holidays Kickoff Extravaganza. Ring in the holiday season in Elgin with free horse drawn carriage rides outside the library along the Fox River, live holiday entertainment, a non-profit expo featuring this year’s EHFTH participating non-profit organizations, kids’ craft activities, Reading with Mrs. Claus – presented by United Way of Elgin, and the Ecker Center Festival of Trees all at this free, fun holiday event. The Elgin Home for the Holidays Kickoff Extravaganza is co-sponsored by Elgin Young Professionals Network and Gail Borden Public Library.

30th-anniversary-logoLater on the evening of Saturday, November 8 starting at 6pm, the Literacy Connection invites you to help them celebrate their landmark 30th Anniversary at Grand Victoria Casino, 250 S. Grove Avenue in downtown Elgin. The fundraising event includes speaker Rob Shindler – author & adult literacy advocate, plus a buffet dinner & cash bar, and 50/50 raffle. Tickets are $75 each and available at www.ElginLiteracy.org. Business attire.

Also our friends from the Elgin Area Convention & Visitors Bureau want to remind you that this year you can turn your holiday trip to Elgin into an affordable weekend getaway! Holiday Inn Chicago Northwest ($84 per night) and Hampton Inn Chicago/Elgin ($79 per night) are offering special room rates for the holiday season when you mention “Elgin Home for the Holidays” when you book. Stop in between all the holiday events to recharge, escape from the cold or relax in the pool. Restrictions apply. Not applicable with any other offer or discounts. Based on availability and must call ahead to make reservations.

For a complete and detailed listing of all of this year’s Elgin Home for the Holidays events or to find out more about the participating non-profit organizations, visit www.ElginHomefortheHolidays.com.

Elgin Home for the Holidays is Coming to Town

ehfth14It’s beginning to look a lot like…well, you know how the rest goes.

Elgin Young Professionals Network, in conjunction with Gail Borden Public Library, is once again privileged to present Elgin Home for the Holidays.

This year’s cooperative marketing initiative unites 22 area non-profit organizations in the spirit of collaborative promotion of all the holiday events the Elgin community has to offer.

The Elgin Home for the Holidays campaign is highlighted by the annual kick-off extravaganza on Saturday, November 8 from 1-4pm at the Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Avenue in Elgin. The kick-off event features horse drawn carriage rides, Ecker Center’s Festival of Trees exhibit, non-profit expo, photos with Santa, kids craft activities, holiday entertainment and much more!

Below is a list of the holiday events and donation drives taking place in the month of November:

NOVEMBER 2-DECEMBER 31
Holiday Wish List
Elgin Area Chamber of Commerce
Donation Drive

NOVEMBER 2
Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra’s Things That Go Bump
ECC Blizzard Theatre
2, 4:30 and 7:30PM
Ticketed Event

NOVEMBER 3-14
Festival of Trees Display Benefitting Ecker Center for Mental Health
Gail Borden Public Library
Free Event

NOVEMBER 8
Elgin Home for the Holidays Kick-Off
Gail Borden Public Library
1-4PM
Free Event

NOVEMBER 8
United Way of Elgin’s Reading with Mrs. Claus
Gail Borden Public Library
1PM
Free Event

NOVEMBER 8
Literacy Connection 30th Anniversary Celebration
Grand Victoria Casino
6PM
Ticketed Event

NOVEMBER 14
PADS of Elgin Bunco Tournament
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
6:30PM
Ticketed Event

NOVEMBER 15
Literacy Connection Volunteer Tutor Training
Gail Borden Public Library
9:30AM
Free Event

NOVEMBER 15
Ecker Center Festival of Trees Auction
Marriott Northwest
5:30PM
Ticketed Event

NOVEMBER 16
Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra’s Chamber Music Institute Concerts
Elgin Community College Spartan Auditorium
1, 2:30, 4 & 5:30PM
Ticketed Event

NOVEMBER 17-25
Thanksgiving Food Drive
Boys & Girls Club of Elgin
Donation Drive

NOVEMBER 22
Literacy Connection Volunteer Tutor Training
Gail Borden Public Library
9:30AM
Free Event

NOVEMBER 23
Chanukah Bazaar
Congregation Kneseth Israel
9AM-12PM
Free Event

NOVEMBER 26
34th Annual Community Thanksgiving Luncheon
Elgin Community College UBS
11:30AM
Free Event

NOVEMBER 28
Holiday Craft-O-Rama
Gail Borden Public Library
2PM
Free Event

NOVEMBER 29
Small Business Saturday
Downtown Elgin Businesses
Free Event

NOVEMBER 29
Elgin Symphony Orchestra’s Magical Disney Experience
Hemmens Cultural Center
1:30 & 6:30PM
Ticketed Event

For a complete list of events and participating Elgin area non-profit organizations, visit www.ElginHomefortheHolidays.com.

Elgin Home for the Holidays 2014 Registration Deadline Extended!

ehfth14The deadline for Elgin area non-profit organizations, neighborhood groups and places of worship to register for the 2014 Elgin Home for the Holidays program has been extended until Friday, September 5. Interested organizations can register online at www.ElginYoungProfessionals.com.

Elgin Home for the Holidays is a collaborative marketing and promotional effort to promote all of the wonderful holiday events, fundraisers and volunteer opportunities Elgin’s non-profit community has to offer.

1459264_644824345537740_1988261367_nThe program includes a kick-off extravaganza on Saturday, November 8 at Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Avenue in Elgin, featuring a non-profit expo, Ecker Center’s Festival of Trees, and a variety of holiday programming and family-friendly activities.

For an upfront $75 buy-in fee, all Elgin Home for the Holidays participants’ events are cross promoted thru a printed calendar of events as well as via social media and at the soon-to-be-released EHFTH website: www.ElginHomefortheHolidays.com.

For more information about Elgin Home for the Holidays, please contact Elaina McCalmont at Elaina@little-angels.us or Brittany Mitchell at bmitchell@padsofelgin.org.

Sign Up for Elgin Home for the Holidays

ehfth14Elgin Young Professionals Network is again looking forward to working with area nonprofits on the annual Elgin Home for the Holidays  – a collaborative community partnership that brings together many Elgin area non-profit organizations to collectively promote all of the wonderful holiday activities, attractions and events the Elgin non-profit community has to offer.

The Elgin Home for the Holidays Kick-Off event will be hosted by Gail Borden Library, 270 N. Grove Avenue, on Saturday, November 8 from 1pm to 4pm.

To participate in the collaborative marketing effort and the kick-off event, please use the link below to submit your organization’s information.  A PayPal invoice for the EHFTH buy-in in the amount of $75 will be sent to you after your form is submitted.

SIGN UP FOR ELGIN HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!

We encourage you to pass this information along to any organization that would be interested in participating in this effort.  The more nonprofits that participate, the bigger and better this year’s Elgin Home for the Holiday program will be!