The 28th Annual Fall Dinner benefitting Warrenville Youth & Family Services is set for Friday, November 8! Join us for an inspiring evening and learn how you can support our youth programs, case management and counseling services.
The WYFS Quest youth program walked with the Warrenville Fire Protection District in Warrenville's annual Independence Day parade as part of the Hot Shots program, an ongoing partnership between the fire department and WYFS.
Students from the Warrenville Youth & Family Services Quest program finished making homemade dog chew toys for donation to local animal shelters to wrap up this month’s service learning project.
Gunnar the therapy dog recently returned to the Warrenville Youth & Family Services (WYFS) Quest program to celebrate the fact that he passed his first certified therapy dog test.
As part of WYFS Quest's service learning curriculum, students were tasked with making canvas artwork featuring Outreach's mission statement to enter in Warrenville's annual Art on the Prairie festival.
Students from the Warrenville Youth & Family Services (WYFS) Quest program had a blast, learned about basic business principles, and funded a fun trip at its third annual fundraiser in early August.
Students in the Warrenville Youth & Family Services' summer youth program, Quest, have been learning about advocacy and writing their senators as part of Quest's service learning curriculum.