Willow Chicago Compassion & Justice

WILLOW CHICAGO COMPASSION & JUSTICE


Fighting poverty and injustice locally and globally so that lives are transformed and Jesus is made known.



SERVING OTHERS


Do you want to get your hands dirty while helping others? Would you like to learn more about one of Willow Chicago’s partners, Just Roots Urban Farm? We are looking for 15 individuals (6th grade and up) to spend a few hours volunteering on September 25th from 9:30 am to 12 pm at the Just Roots Farm located in the Bronzeville neighborhood. Just Roots was started for the purpose of developing access to local, sustainable grown food to that community. Click here to register or for additional information email Kim at [email protected].



HOMELESSNESS


Learn ways to engage our community members walking through homelessness. If you are interested in serving in this capacity,  contact Michael Goggins at [email protected].  

 

PARTNERSHIP WITH BREAKTHROUGH URBAN MINISTRIES 


Breakthrough is an organization located in East Garfield Park whose mission is to partner with those affected by poverty to build connections, develop skills, and open doors of opportunity.


Volunteer with the Manna Ministry to prepare and serve a meal to individuals living in their homeless facility. Contact Compassion & Justice Coordinator, Kim Gingerich, for more information at [email protected].  

 

INCARCERATION


Become a prison pen pal:  Offer encouragement and hope to someone incarcerated through consistent correspondence. Contact Compassion & Justice Coordinator, Kim Gingerich, for more information at [email protected].