Things To Do
Kelsey Romanowski is used to the nightly pricks in her finger to check her blood sugar. The Neuqua Valley High School sophomore was diagnosed with Type I diabetes when she was 4 years old. Keeping her blood sugar in range is a constant battle.
July 29 3:05 p.m. |
Ann Zediker, of Naperville, and Lindsey Doherty, of Bourbonnais, found their lives intertwined when both of their fathers died of pancreatic cancer. For the two women, finding the Lustgarten Foundation was about more than raising awareness and research funds; it was about their own healing.
Many Naperville residents have found that helping others is what brings meaning and perspective to their lives.
July 15 9:05 a.m. |
Naperville natives Kelly Reed and Jose Rivera spend their days working for organizations that help others.
Scott Flak, a Naperville resident and owner of Second City Web Design, is launching a fundraising drive to buy a track chair to loan out to disabled veterans.
July 2 8:24 a.m. |
Girl Scout Troop 50958 at Steeple Run Elementary School recycles stuffed animals for Angelic Creations Doll Store and Hospital.
June 23 2:59 p.m. |
The Dilly Bar golf outing fundraiser benefits the Suicide Prevention Services in Batavia and the National Center for the Prevention of Youth Suicide.
When firefighters and law enforcement get injured, sick or killed, the Hundred Club of DuPage County steps in and provides assistance for their families.