MLB of Glenview Public Charity focuses on making life better by supporting these local charities whose objectives are inline with our charitable foundation.
Boys Hope Girls Hope is an international organization centered on cultivating youth empowerment through the foundation of education and holistic support. Operating in 16 cities in the United States and Latin America, Boys Hope Girls Hope utilizes structured programming adapted to the needs of each community, unique curriculum, and partnerships with local schools and universities. Service pathways include residential environments, academy programs, continuing support of collegians and community-based after school programming, and though different in format and location, all programs build on consistent core elements.
The Glenview Education Foundation More commonly known as the GEF, is a non-profit, volunteer-driven fundraising organization of District 34 parents who believe incremental private funding is critical for supporting a high performing public school district. Since being established in 2001, the GEF has invested more than $2,000,000 to fund innovative and high impact pilot programs across District 34.
Sr. Paulanne's Needy Family Fund For over thirty years, Sister Paulanne's Needy Family Fund, under the leadership of Sister Paulanne, has answered the call of those in our parish and comunity who are in financial crisis. As awlays, every single dollar donated to the Needy Family Fund remains here to serve these local individuals and families. Each client is treated with the utmost dignity and confidentiality. The goal of the Fund is to provide hope, assistance, and encouragement to clients, so thay may move to a self-sustaining life whenever possible. During 2017-2018, Sister Paulanne's Needy Family Fund served over 130 families ranging from 1 to 11 members. Additionally, 63 students were able to purchase all their back-to-school supplies and clothing. You can help. Our online donation form makes it easy to contribute.
Youth Services believes every child should grow up happy, healthy and hopeful. Mission: We foster the social and emotional well-being of children and youth. Vision: To be the center of collaborative social-emotional support for children and youth. History: The agency was founded in 1972 in Glenview and in 1974 in Northbrook as the community’s response to the needs of children. Because both agencies shared the same mission, they merged in 1992. Since that time, Youth Services has grown to offer programs focused on early intervention, intervention, and crisis response.